Agents and staff from the Lincoln Park | Clark, Lincoln Park | Clybourn, Lake Forest, Park Ridge and Schaumburg offices worked on Habitat for Humanity’s “Building On” work sites again today. They represented the KoenigRubloff Cares Foundation so well. Thank you to everyone who took time out of their busy schedules to volunteer and help others! Check out the latest photos here.
Team Wheaton is giving back once again! Agents, staff and family members spent this past Monday evening cooking dinner for Central DuPage Hospital’s Ronald McDonald House in west suburban Winfield. Jackie Gibson was team Captain, with her husband Mark Gibson serving as Co-Captain! “Meals From the Heart” dinners help provide home-cooked meals for RMH patients and their families. During the initial volunteer event earlier this year, our agent-chefs had so much fun, they decided to do it again. Thank you to everyone who came together, extending the efforts of the KoenigRubloff Cares Foundation. Well done! For photo highlights, please click here.
A new Ronald McDonald House opened in Winfield and our Wheaton office recently volunteered for their Meals From the Heart program. About 15 volunteers took part in the event, including VP and Managing Broker Ken Spengel and Team Captain Mary Kane. The group organized a full course menu, including a home-cooked meal of salads, pasta casseroles, fruit cobblers and other tasty treats! The office supported approximately 30 patients and family members who are staying at the House. Everyone had so much fun, they will be volunteering at two more Meals From the Heart events this Spring. To view all of the photos, click here!
The Meals From The Hearts program is run throughout all the Ronald McDonald House Charities. For more information on the DuPage Ronald McDonald House, click here. To volunteer, please contact Operations Manager Heidi Stone at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Way to go #TeamWheaton!
The agents and staff of our Glenview office conducted a very exciting auction where they raised $1,500 for the Glenbook South High School Habitat Summer Program. The program takes 15 students to Northern Wisconsin where they work for a week building a home. The school tries to grant at least students scholarships for five students to attend the program.