Student Activities Committee Volunteers at Ronald McDonald House

The Student Activities Committee at Sullivan University’s Louisville campus recently had the opportunity to give back to the community while volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House located in downtown Louisville. “The students were able to prepare a meal and do chores around the home,” said Student Life Coordinator Kim Atwood. The Ronald McDonald House is a non-profit corporation that finds and supports programs that directly improve the health and wellbeing of children. All Ronald McDonald House programs provide a bridge to quality healthcare and give children and families the time they need together to heal faster and cope better. For more information about the Student Activities Committee, please contact Kim Atwood at kdatwood@sullivan.edu.

 

From left to right: Denise McKinley, Business Management student; Brittany Jolly, Early Childhood Education student; Kim Atwood, student life coordinator; Bobby Fehribach, guest of Brittany Jolly; Larry Charlton; Baking and Pastry student; Dana Bowman, Business Administration student; and Delano Jenkins, Justice and Public Safety student.

From left to right: Denise McKinley, Business Management student; Brittany Jolly, Early Childhood Education student; Kim Atwood, student life coordinator; Bobby Fehribach, guest of Brittany Jolly; Larry Charlton; Baking and Pastry student; Dana Bowman, Business Administration student; and Delano Jenkins, Justice and Public Safety student.

 

 

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