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GLad to help
Volunteer (Former Employee), palo altoDecember 3, 2012
Pros: working with kids, creative, weekly
Cons: not flexible, many fragile children, no pay, strict rules
This combined my love of working with kids with my fascination with medicine
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PRODUCTIVE AND FUN
Volunteer/ Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), New Hyde Park, NYOctober 14, 2012
Pros: free lunches
Cons: no healthcare
VERY GOOD PLACE TO WORK. SLOWER WORK ENVIRONMENT. ALOT TO DO. MOSTLY CLERICAL WORK
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Volunteer position only
volunteer (Current Employee), Houston, TexasAugust 2, 2012
This is a volunteer position only where I volunteer a few times a month.
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GREAT place to volunteer for!!
Volunteer (Former Employee), Hines, ILJuly 11, 2012
Pros: you get the true love in your heart for helping!
This is an amazing place to VOLUNTEER for because you learn so much about so many people. you feel a sense of greatness and is very happy when you know you are helping families that need it the most . Ronald McDonald House is a place where families with sick children stay while their child is in the hospital. Basically you can cook for the families, – more... do house chores, and just make sure the house is as clean as possible for them. I loved being here and usually worked alone. you of course dont get paid and it really doesnt matter because it was such a fulfilling thing to do. VERY easy job no hard labor and everyone should do it at least once in their life. – less
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It was a great experience!
Volunteer (Former Employee), Denver, COJune 18, 2012
I only volunteered there for the day long event. When I walked in I was put straight to work! I loved it I learned how to make various new dishes and everyone patients and employees included were very nice and welcoming. The orchestrator of the event was very nice and helpful. I would say the hardest part of the job was seeing the families off. After – more... the families ate they left and I really enjoyed meeting them. It is hard to pick the most enjoyable part of the day, but I would say getting to see the satisfaction on the families faces. All in all I really enjoyed volunteering for this event. – less
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Productive and nice staff
Volunteer (Former Employee), Springfield, MOJune 7, 2012
Pros: lunch; generous foundations
Cons: nothing
I volunteered with cleaning, maid work basically. The staff is very friendly. Great food.
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fun but hectic
Housekeeping and maintenance (Former Employee), vancouver,britush columbiaOctober 8, 2013
Pros: great people
Cons: evening shifts mostly
great place and people ,excellent place to do your volunteer hours in highschool and university. a typical day could be highly varied as there was no telling what the demands of the situation was
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fun work place
Catering Assistant (School Voluntary Programme) (Former Employee), AucklandJuly 31, 2013
ronald mcdonald was a voluntary programme i joined through m catering class at mt roskill grammar school in 2011 and would cater meals for the families staying at the house and i enjoyed doing tha for them once a month