Evansville is fortunate to have not one, but two Ronald McDonald Houses in town. The Houses provide a place for families to live while their children undergo treatments for a variety of illnesses and conditions. While nothing can replicate the comfort of being at home, Ronald McDonald Houses provide a space that's as close as possible with families having their own small apartment space with bedrooms, bathrooms, TVs, and multiple kitchen areas with all the amenities that allow them to cook meals. However, just like you and me, there are days when families don't feel like cooking or don't have the time to due to wanting to be with their child while they receive treatment. That's when the non-profit asks residents to lend a helping hand by providing families with a home-cooked meal. And right now, they need several meals to cover the remainder of the month.

Evansville Ronald McDonald Houses in Need of Home-Cooked Meal Volunteers

The organization's Meals of Love program currently has a large number of breakfast, lunch, and dinner openings that need to be filled at both locations with several days needing volunteers to cover all three.

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To volunteer to cover one or more meals, visit the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Ohio Valley website to pick either the Ascension-St. Vincent location on Washington Avenue or the location inside Medical Building 5 on the Deaconess Gateway campus. Then, select the day and meal you'd like to provide.

The organization does ask that you call at least two days before your scheduled time to get a count of how many people you'll need to feed.

[Source: Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Ohio Valley on Facebook]

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