Mullins Food Products and The Ronald McDonald House share a rich history, decades in the making. In July of 1995, the doors of the RMHC at the Loyola Maywood Campus opened with 18 rooms. One of those rooms was donated by Jack and John Mullins in honor of Jack’s parents, Mabel and Harry Mullins. After many years of use, the family room at the Maywood Campus was in need of renovation, so the Mullins family refurbished and refurnished the room. In 2012, a new state of the art RMHC facility was built in the city of Chicago near Lurie Children’s Hospital and once again the Mullins family was eager to lend support to this wonderful organization and sponsored one of the food pantries in the new house.
When your family is facing a health crisis with a sick child, the last thing you need to worry about is where you will lay your head down at night. Ronald McDonald House Charities is instrumental in making sure that families have a place to call home, and the Mullins Family is delighted to be such a big part of the RMHC centers in Illinois.
Aside from the Mullins Family, the MFP employees generously volunteer their time, talents, and money to this beloved charity on a regular basis:
We are blessed to have such a wonderful home such a short distance from our Broadview, IL location.
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