The evening of August 20th, a dozen Trisura employees (aka Trisura Master Chefs) donned their green aprons to cook up a fabulous meal for residents of Toronto’s Ronald McDonald House (RMH).
RMH Toronto was established in 1981. It is a worldwide organization with 325 locations, each one serving their respective communities in different ways. In Toronto, RMH provides accommodation to the families of children who are critically ill and receiving treatment at the nearby Sick Kids hospital. The “At Home Program” enables volunteers to contribute to the cause by giving their time to help in the preparing and cooking of meals.
Collectively, the group had such a great time helping out that this will likely become an annual event! We’re always looking for ways to further enrich the well-being of the city of Toronto, especially when it has a positive impact on the lives of families in need of support.
A special thanks to Grace Van Dijk and Janet Mascitelli who went above and beyond in organizing!
For more information about the At Home Program and ways to get involved in Ronald McDonald house, visit their website here.