RMHC Bay Area Volunteer Project
The first McDonald’s Home was founded in Philadelphia in 1974. After nearly half a century of development, there have been 368 McDonald’s homes distributed in 64 countries and regions around the world. Accounting the institutional scale and the mount of served families, RMHC Bay Area is the most prominent one all around the world.
The main campus of RMHC Bay Area is located right beside Stanford University, a top university in the United States, and the other two branches are located in San Francisco and Oakland. Most of the children accommodating here are severely ill children who are treated at the Lucille Packard Children's Hospital of Stanford University and the Benioff Children's Hospital of the University of California, San Francisco. The RMHC Bay Area provides housing, meals, and psychological support for these families. The operation of the entire charity requires the dedication and support of a large number of volunteers.
The supervisor of RMHC Bay Area will introduce the background
of Ronald McDonald House Cherities Bay Area volunteer project.
Medical experts will introduce medical knowledge, psychology knowledge, and communication skills with children and their family members.
Students will voluntarily form teams.
Individual creativity is encouraged and emphasize the importance of
teamwork to complete tasks together.
Summarize the results of the activity and share the feelings of
participating in the activity.