We absolutely savor the times we volunteer at the Ronald McDonald House. It’s a great opportunity to get together as a team and give back to our community.
“Life is More than Money”
It’s easy to forget sometimes, but these opportunities give us a chance to push away from our desks and computers, and tune in to real life for a while. We love having this time to interact with one another. We aren’t all in the same office on a regular basis, so this face-time is really a chance for team-building.
It’s also a wonderful opportunity to talk with the families we are serving dinner to and remember the community we live and work in. Away from the office, we are reminded of why we do what we do — to help people in their everyday lives.
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