Ronald McDonald House Launches Hospitality Cart Program in Savannah

Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Coastal Empire has launched a new hospitality cart program at Dwaine & Cynthia Willett Children’s Hospital in Savannah. This is the first program of its kind in the coastal empire.The RMH Hospitality Trolley is a collaboration between RMH, the One Hundred Children’s Foundation and Children’s Hospital to provide hospitalized children and their carers with items toiletries, snacks and activities such as crafts and games to help pass the time and brighten their days. RMH staff and hospital volunteers will bring the cart several times a week to each unit in the children’s hospital to distribute the items at no cost. Sponsored by a grant from the One Hundred Children’s Foundation, the Hospitality Cart is an extension of the Ronald McDonald House Charities Family Room which is located at Memorial Hospital which now serves the NICU. The Family Room allows patient visitors to eat, shower, watch TV, and simply rest for a while while being steps away from their child in care. “The Cart program is unique in the Coastal Empire, and we’re thrilled Ronald McDonald House is bringing it to those who need it most. The little comforts the cart provides mean so much to children and families. hospital and can make a difficult time a little brighter,” said Ann Walker of the One Hundred Children’s Foundation. “We are thrilled to partner again with the Dwaine & Cynthia Willett Children’s Hospital and the One Hundred Children’s Foundation will bring OMRM’s first-ever Hospitality Cart to Savannah, an initiative that will provide additional comfort and support for children and families who are facing medical challenges,” said Billy Sorochak, CEO/Executive Director of Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Coastal Empire For more information on Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Coastal Empire, visit www.rmhccoastalempire.org

Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Coastal Empire has launched a new hospitality cart program at Dwaine & Cynthia Willett Children’s Hospital in Savannah.

This is the first program of its kind in the Coastal Empire.

The RMH Hospitality Cart is a collaboration between RMH, The One Hundred Children’s Foundation and Children’s Hospital to provide hospitalized children and their caregivers with toiletries, snacks and activities such as crafts and games to pass the time and brighten their days.

RMH staff and hospital volunteers will bring the cart several times a week to each unit in the children’s hospital to distribute the items at no cost.

Sponsored by a grant from the One Hundred Children’s Foundation, the Hospitality Cart is an extension of the Ronald McDonald House Charities Family Room which is located at the Memorial Hospital which now serves the NICU. The Family Room allows patient visitors to eat, shower, watch TV, and simply rest for a moment while being steps away from their child in care.

“The Cart program is unique in the Coastal Empire, and we are thrilled that Ronald McDonald House is offering it to those who need it most. The little comforts the cart provides mean a lot to children and families in hospital and can make a difficult time a little more enjoyable,” said Ann Walker of the One Hundred Children’s Foundation.

“We are thrilled to once again partner with Dwaine & Cynthia Willett Children’s Hospital and the One Hundred Children’s Foundation to bring OMRM’s first-ever hospitality cart to Savannah. This initiative will provide additional comfort and support for children and families facing medical challenges,” said Billy Sorochak, CEO/Executive Director of Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Coastal Empire.

For more information on the Coastal Empire Ronald McDonald Houses, visit www.rmhccoastalempire.org