Ronald McDonald House - Muffin Baking
|Kin Club of Fort Edmonton
|Number of Members
|Large community or metropolis (100,000+)
|Ronald McDonald House - Muffin Baking
|Type of Project (check all that apply)
|National Day of KINdness ideas
|If other, please describe
|Was this project a fundraiser?
|Description of project
|Making muffins as part of the Ronald McDonald lunch/snack program for the familes staying at the house.
|Did you leverage this project as a way to recruit new members?
|If you answered yes to the question above, please explain:
|How was this project promoted in your community?
|Local Co Op store donated all the baking supplies, the store manager thought it was wonderful we were donating our time for such a worth project.
|What were some challenges you faced with this project, and how could your project be improved?
|Calculate the recipe items for quantity before you go to the store. How many cups of flour to make double batches of all the recipes. The staff at the Co Op thought it was fun to watch me open Google to access conversion charts to decide the size of flour, sugar, etc we would need.
|What was the approximate budget for this project?
|Less than $1,000
|If the project was a fundraiser, what were the sources of revenue for this project?
|If this was a fundraiser, how much money was raised (minus expenses)?
|What were the expenses for this project?
|Is there anything else you would like to share that would assist another club in duplicating this project in their community?
|It was a great time for the members that were able to attend we made 2 double batches of 3 types of muffins and then did a tour of the facility.
A couple of our club members have had family stay at Ronald McDonald House so it was very gratifying to give back.
The muffins are part of a lunch/snack program that is available for the families.