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PR Newswire Provides Grant to Ronald McDonald House and Habitat for Humanity in Cleveland
Date:1/5/2009

Cleveland-Based PR Newswire Staff Volunteer Time As Part of the Company's 'Doing Well by Doing Good' Initiative

CLEVELAND, Jan. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland and the Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity, two non-profit organizations serving the Cleveland community, were the recipients of cash grants and group volunteer hours from PR Newswire's Cleveland staff in 2008, PR Newswire announced today.

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As part of its 2008 Charitable Giving program, which focuses on 'Doing Well by Doing Good', PR Newswire employees voted on charities located in each area where the company has substantial operations. As a part of the program, employees volunteer their time to the organization as a group and the company makes cash donation. The Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland and the Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity were among the charities selected by PR Newswire's Cleveland office, and have already benefited from PR Newswire's volunteers and resources.

"The Ronald McDonald House relies on devoted volunteers to provide a supportive home and other resources for children who need special medical attention and their families," said Mary Jo Pecek, family services assistant, Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland. "PR Newswire's local staff has graciously given their time by lending a helping hand at events for the families staying at our facilities."

To date, PR Newswire employees assisted the Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland by hosting a dinner for the families of sick children being treated at local Cleveland hospitals. At the event, PR Newswire volunteers barbequed food and interacted with the families. In the Cleveland office of PR Newswire, employees continue to help the
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