Rubber Bark donates to Ronald McDonald House

Updated Feb 19, 2013

Rubber Bark donated its signature product, recycled tire-derived scrap mulch, to the Ronald McDonald House in Stanford, California. The mulch was spread around a structure where children undergoing treatment and staying at the Ronald McDonald House play.

“Many of the kids spend their days in hospital rooms and clinics, often cooped-up waiting for tests and results,” says Linda Lyon, development director of the Ronald McDonald House at Stanford. “Returning to the House after a long day and being able to expend their energy and anxiety by climbing and playing helps the kids and parents cope with the situation they are in.”

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