Robert Sacre spent the evening giving back to the community last Saturday. Children and families staying at the Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House (LARMH) received a visit from Los Angeles Laker Robert Sacre. He stopped by the home to prepare and join families for dinner alongside Vince Bryson, executive director and Steve Miano, board of trustees member for the House.
Ronald McDonald Houses are a part of RMHCSC and include six Houses across Southern California. They serve as a “home-away-from-home” for families of children undergoing treatment for cancer and other life-threatening illnesses at nearby hospitals and medical facilities. The Houses provide
s inexpensive, and often free, lodging for families (no family is ever turned away due to an inability to pay) who travel long distances while their children undergo treatment.
The Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House was opened in 1980 and rests two blocks from Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. It has welcomed more than 20,000 families from more than 40 countries and serves up to 75 families per night.