San Francisco Lakers Spend a Day Volunteering at The Ronald McDonald House

San Francisco Lakers Spend a Day Volunteering at The Ronald McDonald House

On Wednesday, April 30th, we closed the office early to spend the afternoon giving back to the community by volunteering at the San Francisco Ronald McDonald House.

The team rallied together to bring a bit of baseball-themed love to the house, coming armed and ready for a day of fun. While most of our Lakers don’t appear to have spent a day in the kitchen, we managed to turn out over 4 dozen cupcakes and 3 dozen cookies that we adorned with San Francisco Giants icing, sprinkles and of course, lots and LOTS of frosting. Those not brave enough to tackle the oven participated in arts and crafts making personalised baseball cards of the RMH staff.

For 25 years, the Ronald McDonald House of San Francisco has been offering comfortable, temporary lodging and supportive services to families with critically ill children. Guests are provided with a comfortable bedroom, warm meals, laundry facilities and all the essentials amenities of home. We offer convenient access to the basic necessities of life so that families can focus on dealing with their child’s illness or injury. Families with a hospitalised child being treated at a San Francisco medical facility and coming from over 50 miles away are eligible to stay at the House.

We thank the Ronald McDonald House for welcoming us and look forward to our next charity day.