Marcone & RMHC St. Louis Have a "Blast" Raising $330,000 for Kids

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Marcone & RMHC St. Louis Have a "Blast" Raising $330,000 for Kids

The 14th Annual Kids & Clays fundraiser for Ronald McDonald House Charities of St. Louis sees great returns for sick children & their families
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Marcone executives & customers shoot for fun & charity at RMHC's Kids & Clays fundraiser

Wednesday, October 1, 2014 - 9:30am

CAMPAIGN: Caring for Families & Kids

CONTENT: Article

Late this summer, Marcone gathered with customers and local community members to help make the 14th Annual Kids & Clays event another fundraising success for Ronald McDonald House Charities of St. Louis. This year, Marcone was the lunch sponsor for Kids & Clays, held at Strathalbyn Farms Club in Weldon Spring, Missouri.

Bringing in more than $330,000, supporters of the charity spent a sunny Midwestern weekend dining, shooting, and enjoying some frivolity for an important cause. RMHC of St. Louis, like its counterparts across North America, provides a "home away from home" to families of sick children receiving treatment at local pediatric hospitals. 

Through volunteerism, board service, and philanthropy over the years, Marcone has backed RMHC and its mission to help kids and their families by providing stability, structure, and warmth through some of their most trying times.

Read more about RMHC of St. Louis at their website, and check out the Marcone blog for stories on our corporate social responsibility initiatives and business updates.

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Keywords: Philanthropy & Cause Initiatives | Jim Souers | Marcone Supply | Philanthropy & Cause Initiatives | Ronald McDonald House Charities | St. Louis

CAMPAIGN: Caring for Families & Kids

CONTENT: Article