Ronald McDonald House

Chef Nunzio Scordo displays a box of freshly-baked cornbread at the Driftwood Kitchen and Bar in Raleigh, NC on June 25, 2020. The cornbread is one element of a hot meal that will be delivered to families at the Ronald McDonald House in Durham.
Staff member Joanna Ramos receives a meal delivery at the Ronald McDonald House in Durham, NC on June 25, 2020. Access to the building is strictly limited to protect the severely compromised immune sytems of the young patients within.
Colorful fllowers fill the hands of a statue on the grounds of the Ronald McDonald House in Durham, NC on June 25, 2020. At the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, no new families were accepted at Ronald McDonald Houses worldwide – but a handful of families already in residence still remain at the Durham house.
Chef Nunzio Scordo places lids on single servings of chilli at the Driftwood Kitchen and Bar in Raleigh, NC on June 25, 2020. The chilli is the latest of a number of meals that Scordo and the Driftwood Kitchen and Bar have donated to feed the remaining families at the Ronald McDonald House in Durham.
Steve Green, left, delivers hot meals donated by Raleigh’s Driftwood Kitchen and Bar to Joanna Ramos outside the Ronald McDonald House in Durham, NC on June 25, 2020. The Ronald McDonald House’s volunteer program has been suspended to protect the inhabitants of the house – only patients, families, and a select few staff members are allowed to enter the building.

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Photo Credit: Bisi Cameron Yee and Activate Good’s ‘Look for the Helpers’ Photojournalism Project (See the entire collection at ActivateGood.org/Helpers)

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