Giving Back to Ronald McDonald House Charities

ReVision Gives Back is proud to support Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio. Every day, hundreds of parents and families make the RMH their home-away-from-home for as long as their child is being treated at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, located just steps away. With 137 guest rooms, the Columbus Ronald McDonald House is the largest in the world and provides a bit of stability to children and families in the midst of challenging times.

In addition to monetary support, the ReVision Team donated volunteer time to the RMH by participating in a Baking Group. The team baked dozens of homemade cookies and other sweet treats for the families residing at RMH to enjoy. ReVision Gives Back also provided volunteer support at RMH’s annual Handbag Hullabaloo fundraising events where attendees play lively rounds of bingo to win designer handbags. As a special surprise, the beautiful handbags were modeled to the crowd of bingo players by ReVision’s own team of doctors!

Get to know more about the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio and learn how you volunteer to show your support for this outstanding non-profit: http://rmhc-centralohio.org/

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