Dallas Campus Donates to Ronald McDonald House

Two students from Concorde's Dallas campus pose with Ronald McDonald.

Concorde’s Dallas Lamplighters gave back to the community recently by collecting toiletries, books, and games to donate to the Dallas Ronald McDonald house.  Lamplighter Student Ambassadors are students who desire to grow as leaders and role models.  They also encourage and support fellow students and help other students who may need academic assistance or guidance.

Jimmy Parsons, a Dallas Lamplighter, and Nancy Jones, DSA, visited the Ronald McDonald house to donate the collected items. They got to tour the facility and meet volunteer, Ms. Carol. The Ronald McDonald house provides affordable lodging for families of sick children in local Dallas hospitals and the Dallas Lamplighters were honored to help out such a great local organization.

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