KEMBA raises donations for Ronald McDonald House Charities
May 3, 2019
Salem, VA - KEMBA Roanoke Federal Credit Union, a local, non-profit financial institution located on Main Street in Salem, spent the month of April working hard to bring in donations for the The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southwest Virginia.
“This is the first of hopefully many campaigns to support this tremendous organization that works hard to keep families dealing with a health crisis together and comfortable,” said Allan Davidson, CEO, KEMBA Roanoke Federal Credit Union.
The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southwest Virginia is celebrating their 35th anniversary on May 3rd with “Rock-a-Tee” Day. KEMBA staff along with many other people throughout our community purchased t-shirts to wear today with all proceeds going to shelter, feed, and comfort families with sick, injured, or premature children in Roanoke area hospitals. In addition, throughout the month of April our staff and members have been busy collecting monetary donations as well as various food items that can be used by the Ronald McDonald House.
About KEMBA Roanoke Federal Credit Union
KEMBA Roanoke Federal Credit Union has been providing families financial security for well over 80 years. With branches in Salem and Lynchburg, Virginia they are a member-owned, non-profit financial institution. KEMBA offers members a vast array of savings and lending products. KEMBA is committed to serving and helping our community. For more information visit www.trykemba.com.
About The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southwest Virginia
The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southwest Virginia opened May 5, 1984 through a collaboration of Roanoke Hospital Association, the Junior League of Roanoke Valley, and McDonald’s Operators of Southwest Virginia. It was the 57th Ronald McDonald House to open nationwide. Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southwest Virginia provides the Ronald McDonald House, a comfortable and supportive home-away-from-home for the families of sick and injured children who must come to the Roanoke area for medical treatment, and the Ronald McDonald Family Room, a respite area for parents to rest and regroup, steps away from their child’s bedside. To learn more visit https://www.rmhc-swva.org/
KEMBA Roanoke Federal Credit Union staff at our Salem branch rocking their tees for The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southwest Virginia.