SAGE Volunteers Cook Dinner for 60 People at Ronald McDonald House

January 7, 2015 -- A group of faculty and staff from the School of Adult & General Education volunteered to cook an enchilada dinner for 60 people who stayed at the Ronald McDonald House in Albuquerque last month.
July 16, 2015

The organizer was Juliet Drazek, and the other volunteers were Jennifer Adams, Amy Christensen, Adam Crittenden, Patrick Flink and Laura McIndoo.

The Ronald McDonald House Charities of New Mexico is a nonprofit organization that provides a temporary home away from home in Albuquerque for families who have to travel here to get medical treatment for their ill children. It runs a 30-bedroom lodging facility located near many of Albuquerque’s hospitals and medical treatment facilities. Rooms are provided to families with ill children at low or no cost, and the house provides the families with complimentary laundry and meals each day for up to five family members. The families staying at the house are welcome to stay anywhere from one night to several months.