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Alpha Delta Pi Celebrates 35 Years of Supporting RMHC

This week Alpha Delta Pi (ADPi) celebrates 35 years of supporting Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC)! RMHC has been ADPi’s philanthropy of choice since 1979. Since then they have not only contributed more than $5 million to Ronald McDonald House programs across the United States, but they have dedicated their time to volunteering at local Ronald McDonald Houses.

Our Atlanta Chapter of RMHC is fortunate to be located right down the road from ADPi Executive Offices and close to three universities with thriving chapters. ADPi sisters frequently visit our Gatewood House where they cook meals, bake pastries, and plan activities for our families!

Hear from ARMHC staff members who are also ADPi Zeta Iota alumni:

“As an alum of Alpha Delta Pi sorority and a staff member at Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities, I can see the positive impact my fellow Alpha Delta Pi sisters are having on families struggling with their child’s medical condition. I’m honored to be a part of both organizations.” – Kristi McBryar, Manager of Governance & Digital Marketing

“I first learned of Ronald McDonald House Charities when I became an ADPi my freshman year of college. Now, after working full-time for the organization for 4 years I have been blessed to see first hand that our mission is bettering the lives of families. This House is special and I am honored to play a small part in the story of Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities.” – Lauren Chandley Reidy, Special Events/Creative Coordinator

“I truly value my relationship with both Alpha Delta Pi and Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities. Alpha Delta Pi first introduced me to the Charity and eventually led me to my job at the House. It is such an honor to see first-hand the impact Alpha Delta Pi’s generosity has on the House and the families who call us Home.” – Laura Thomas, Development Coordinator