Koorsen Gives Back to the Ronald McDonald House in Nashville

Posted July 13, 2017 by Koorsen Fire & Security

Ronald McDonald House Team Picture Inside

Koorsen Gives Back to the Nashville Community

Koorsen Fire & Security and its many employees pride themselves on not only working hard for the communities that they serve but also giving back to them through the volunteering of their time, money and hearts. The Koorsen Nashville branch did just that and more this past month for the Ronald McDonald House of Nashville.

A Day of Giving at the Ronald McDonald House of Nashville.

Koorsen Ronald McDonald House Volunteer Day

It’s not the first time the Koorsen Nashville branch has volunteered at the Ronald McDonald House in Nashville and it most likely won’t be the last. Members of the Koorsen Nashville team spent a day helping out at the Ronald McDonald House. They gave of their time and a little sweat as they helped complete some projects for the house. It was a day filled with smiles as the team took pride in helping the house and the families and the children they serve.

The Ronald McDonald House in Nashville provides a “home-away-from-home” for families of critically ill children receiving inpatient or outpatient care at Nashville area hospitals. Since 1991, they have served more than 14,400 families throughout Tennessee and beyond. The Ronald McDonald House Charities Nashville also have the Ronald McDonald Family Room at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.

A Night of Sharing at the Nashville Sounds Baseball Game.

Koorsen Hosting Families from Ronald McDonald House to Nashville Sounds Game

To cap off the great day of volunteering, Koorsen Fire & Security hosted families of the Ronald McDonald House in Nashville to a Nashville Sounds baseball game. Koorsen partnered with Ronald McDonald House Charities Nashville and the Nashville Sounds to create an unforgettable night for children undergoing extensive medical treatment that might not otherwise be able to attend a baseball game with their family.

Kasey Program visits families from Ronald McDonald House at Nashville Sounds game.

The families received the VIP treatment as they arrived early to watch the Nashville Sounds batting practice and went on a behind-the-scenes tour of the stadium. The families then enjoyed dinner and watched the game from the Koorsen Fire & Security suite. While watching the game, Booster, the Nashville Sounds mascot, paid them a visit. They also got to meet the legendary dogs from the Koorsen Fire & Security Kasey Program who taught the families fire and life safety tips. The wonderful night was capped off with a Sounds win and awesome fireworks show. All in all, it was a great night had by all.

Nashille Sounds mascot visits families.

Thank You to All Who Made This a Special Night for the Families

Koorsen would like to thank the Nashville Sounds for helping make it a great outing for the families and to the Ronald McDonald House Charities Nashville for all they do for the families of critically ill children. To learn more about volunteering or donating to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville, click here.

 Koorsen Fire & Security Nashville Sounds fireworks.

About Koorsen Fire & Security

Koorsen Fire & Security has been protecting lives & property since 1946. Family-owned and founded in Indianapolis, the company has since vastly expanded its reach, now serving 28 markets. With a backbone of strong family values, each Koorsen location is dedicated to community involvement and philanthropic causes within their respective markets.

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