F.J.A. Christiansen employees contributed to a brighter holiday season for children at the Ronald McDonald House on the Milwaukee Regional Medical Complex grounds.
In an effort coordinated by our administrative aide, Sonia Robinson, employees donated new toys which were delivered to the Ronald McDonald House just before Christmas.
“We have an ongoing relationship with Ronald McDonald House, and have traditionally done an annual volunteer event,” Sonia noted. “It’s such a special place that I suggested we do more, and that developed into the toy drive.”
The Ronald McDonald House provides a long-term living for families of children at Children’s Wisconsin (formerly known as Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin).
FJAC’s relationship with the local Ronald McDonald House is part of the Roofing Alliance’s partnership with the national Ronald McDonald House Charities organization. Alliance members, such as FJAC and other Tecta America companies, donate roof system inspection and maintenance including 24-hour emergency leak response at the facilities.
“I was pleased to see so many toys donated,” said Sonia. “Those children and their families are going through a lot; it’s wonderful that many of our families could help their families and show our support.”