Local chefs will battle to help families in need
The Ronald McDonald House Of Southeastern Michigan serves as a support system for families with children in local hospitals. Host Tati Amare spoke with Jennifer Litomisky, Executive Director of Ronald Mcdonald House Of Southeastern Michigan about an upcoming cooking fundraiser that will support families in need. Litomisky explained that the Ronald McDonald House is a “home away from home”. Their upcoming fundraiser puts two chefs head-to-head with some mystery ingredients to create a tasty masterpiece. The cook-off for kids in need will support families who rely on the local Ronald McDonald House.
Detroit-area radio DJ living in tent for a good cause
DETROIT – A local radio DJ is spending several nights outside in a tent, braving the freezing temperatures for a good cause. Steve Grunwald from WYCD’s morning show has been sleeping outside the Ronald McDonald House since Tuesday night. He’s doing it to raise $50,000 for the Ronald McDonald House, which offers families a place to stay while their children are undergoing treatment at Children’s hospital. Grunwald has promised to stay put, living in that tent, until every dime of the $50,000 is raised. But here’s the kicker: You can donate to help Grunwald reach his goal, or you can donate to keep him there longer.
Students become a Force 4 Good with Project Flavor
The University of Michigan students are a part of Project Flavor, and they look forward to cooking for a cause. Project Flavor is a student organization on the campus of the University of Michigan. When volunteer organizations like Project Flavor come in, it takes a big burden off the non-profits they cook for. The students at Project Flavor may not be professional chefs, but they are serious about their food. "If I'm trying to treat myself after a bad day, the first thing I am going to look for is a good meal, that is how I think Project Flavor is a Force 4 Good."