Toronto, Ontario — Rondex, also operated under the mother company of the TED Group donated to the Ronald McDonald House of Charities (RMHC) this year in two different locations, Winnipeg, Manitoba and Hamilton, Ontario.
“The cities in which we choose to run our business are very important to us. We are a family run business and because of this we also treat our staff and customers as such. There is nothing more special and more meaningful to The TED Group than for us to help families in need, and most of all at Christmas time. It is the very least that we can do. We are very proud to support The Ronald McDonald House,” said TED Group president Bret Greenwood.
For the fifth consecutive year, they donated to the RMHC in Hamilton and this past year raised a cash donation of $1500 from their silent auction. Not to mention a truck load of toys was also donated from their staff and customers. More than 150 of their customers coming from all over Toronto to Niagara Falls joined in on the festivities with Rondex’s Christmas dinner.
But for the first time ever the company donated to the Winnipeg, Manitoba RMHC location raising $3,500.
“We’re extremely proud to present the cheque to Wendy Galagan, the CEO of Ronald McDonald House Manitoba. This donation was made on behalf of all friends, family and customers of Rondex & The TED Group of companies,” said James Sun, TED Group marketing coordinator.
Just when you think they have finished giving back, president of the TED Group, Bret Greenwood said they will be giving lunches to some of the rooms at the Winnipeg house this year. “We will be supporting the RMHC in more than one way this year. Stay tuned,” said Greenwood.