Continuing their community outreach in the greater Milwaukee area, Hydro-Thermal Corporation recently volunteered their time and food-serving techniques at the Ronald McDonald House in Wauwatosa.
In June, Hydro-Thermal team members served another meal at the Ronald McDonald House, where they had the opportunity to serve dinner to around 85 people. Meatballs, fried chicken, mac and cheese, salad, and cupcakes were served and provided by Hydro-Thermal.
From Hydro-Thermal, a wide variety of team members from across the company volunteered, showing the importance that this company puts on helping out the local community.
Senior Market Research Analyst Sarah Prince has been a part of many volunteering opportunities at Hydro-Thermal, and she has had many great experiences volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House.
During one meal, a mom was very thankful that corn dogs were served that night for dinner, as her daughter was a picky eater and hadn’t eaten much recently, but that night she ate a full meal.
“It just made us feel good,” Sarah said, “having a sick child while living in a different place and eating food that they aren’t used to is challenging. Providing a small taste of home and a little bit of normalcy to a challenging situation can mean the world to someone.”
Starting in 2012, members of the Hydro-Thermal team have volunteered at the Ronald McDonald House of Eastern Wisconsin, serving about four meals per year. There are three Ronald McDonald houses located in Wisconsin (Madison, Marshfield, and Wauwatosa).
Hydro-Thermal is committed to helping the community and those who are in need. For more information about Ronald McDonald House Charities and how you can get involved, please their website: www.rmhc.org/