Yuletide Joy: Rondex donates hundreds of toys to Ronald McDonald House
December 18, 2019 | By Collision Repair Magazine
Hamilton, Ontario — Rondex Hamilton held its annual Christmas party earlier this month, donating hundreds of toys to the Ronald McDonald House charity.
The event—now in its ninth year—sees the company donate hundreds of toys annually to the Ronald McDonald House in South Central Ontario, an organization that provides homes near hospitals and medical facilities for families with seriously ill children.
Industry members from across Ontario gathered to celebrate Rondex’s charitable efforts. According to the company, more than 200 guests donned their holiday cheer for the event.
“We are thrilled that we were able to donate such a large number of toys,” said Bret Greenwood, president of Rondex. “A special thanks goes out to all of our valued customers and suppliers who wanted to make Christmas morning a very special day at the Ronald McDonald House – South Central Ontario.”
About Ronald McDonald House Charities
The first Ronald McDonald House was opened in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1974. There are 368 Ronald McDonald Houses in 64 countries and regions. These provide a place to stay for families with hospitalized children under 21 years of age (or 18, depending on the House), who are being treated at nearby hospitals and medical facilities. Ronald McDonald’s Houses provide over 7,200 bedrooms to families around the world each night, with an estimated value of $700 million in lieu of hotel costs.