Artisan Tour to Benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities
Posted on November 14, 2017
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City and the Home Builders Association of Greater Kansas City are pleased to announce their partnership for the 2018 Artisan Tour.
“This year we will serve over 7,000 families throughout all of our programs,” said Tami Greenberg, CEO of Ronald McDonald House Charites of Kansas City. “There is nothing that matters more than when your child is sick and when your child is sick you want to be with them and that’s what we’re doing; we’re keeping families close during the most vulnerable and scary moments of their entire lives.”
The Home Builders Association of Kansas City has a long history of partnering with Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City. The organization built the Ronald McDonald House on Cherry Street near Children’s Mercy Hospital in 1988. It also remodeled the home on State Line near KU Med when it was a Ronald McDonald House.
In an effort to support RMHC, a portion of ticket sales from the Artisan Tour will be given to the charity to help it in its mission to keep families close. To learn more about Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City, click here.
To meet the 2018 Artisan builders, click here.