MSUBA YAI Serves Dinner at the Ronald McDonald House
The MSUBA Young Alumni Initiative (YAI) recently spread cheer by preparing dinner for the residents of the Ronald McDonald House affiliated with Lansing's Sparrow Hospital. The event was put on by MSUBA YAI committee chair, Tyrell
Warren-Burnett with the help of (left to right pictured at left) a volunteer named Shytez Flag and MSUBA scholarship recipients Jazzmin Taylor and Antonio Evans.
To learn more about The MSUBA YAI send an email to Tyrell Warren-Burnett at firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Ronald McDonald House
The Ronald McDonald House program provides a "home-away from-home" for families so they can stay close by their hospitalized child or loved one at little or no cost. While the Ronald McDonald House provides basic food, residents will augment what the facility provides with their own food. Also, residents have to cook their own food. When a group like the MSUBA YAI provides a meal it is very appreciated by residents who spend their days at the bed side of their hospitalized loved one.
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