On Friday, associates and editors of the Law Review Vol. 83 and 84 volunteered with the Ronald McDonald House of Washington, DC. The Law Review was honored to be given the opportunity to give back to the community in some small way.
The Ronald McDonald House Charities provides shelter for families to stay when traveling far from home to seek medical attention for seriously ill children. The first Ronald McDonald House of Washington, DC opened its doors in 1980 and has provided a home-away-from-home for the Children’s National Medical Center, MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, and National Rehabilitation Hospital among others. The 25-bedroom House offers four special isolation suites for our most immune-compromised patients and offers several common areas. More information about Ronald McDonald House including ways to contribute can be found here.
This trip was organized by Law Review’s own Leela K. Baggett, Notes & Project Editor, Volume 83.