Visual Art attended to Ronald McDonald’s charity dinner in Stockholm, together with partners working with our McDonald’s Nordic projects. The charity evening was arranged for the benefit of families with seriously ill children with the aim of expanding and building more Ronald McDonald Houses in Sweden. The result was fantastic, 2 million SEK was raised during the evening.
As part of Visual Art’s brand promise, we put people first. And with carefully selected charity initiatives and partnerships we believe that we can contribute to making the world a better place for us all and specifically for the children.
Having a child in hospital is every family’s worst nightmare. By engaging us closely with Ronald McDonald House Charity in Sweden, we are proud to change the lives of families with sick children while in hospital care and though treatments.
– I’m truly proud to engage in this initiative! McDonald’s is a strong friend and contributor to Ronald McDonald’s Charity Houses and their initiatives are important for us. We saw this charity dinner as a great opportunity to invite our partners, that we are working together with in projects with McDonald’s. And to help change the lives of families with sick children, while in hospital care and through though treatments, says Lisa Hemström, Business Manager for McDonald’s Nordic at Visual Art.
Our founder Stefan Noble has been a proud and engaged board member since 2015 and was involved in making the evening successful.
– It was really an emotional evening with a lot of tears, empathy, and laughter. I can’t enough express my gratitude to all the guests and partners who all gave us such amazing energy and generous donations, that will help us build our sixth children house at Karolinska and continue helping more families that have children in need of special treatment away from home. I’m really humbled and moved by all your enthusiasm and big hearts. Thank you! Says Stefan Noble, founder of Visual Art.
Ronald McDonald House charity is a non-profit charity organization that helps keep families together, close to their children while in hospital. Their vision is that all seriously sick children can live together in a homely and safe environment, close to the hospital with their families close to them.
The mission is to create and support initiatives that have a positive impact on the well-being of sick children, their families and loved ones.
Every year, 3,600 families live in the houses and since the start in 1993, there have been a total of 200,000 family members.
Read more about Ronald McDonald House Charity and how you can help them help families here https://www.ronaldmcdonaldhus.se
If you want to become a monthly donor, visit this site.