The Ronald McDonald House
The Falcon offices recently got together, rolled up their sleeves and donned hair nets and custom aprons to cook a pasta dinner for over forty-five families staying at the Ronald McDonald House in New York City. The Ronald McDonald House, founded in 1974, has provided temporary housing and care for families that have family members undergoing treatment for advanced pediatric cancer. The organization’s proximity to eight major hospitals within New York City, makes them a tremendous resource to families during this most difficult time. This was truly a team effort, from grocery shopping to serving the amazing pasta dinner that was enjoyed by all. For more information on the Ronald McDonald House, including ways you can volunteer, please visit their website at www.rmh-newyork.org.