ISAAC and Ronald McDonald Huis Zuidoost-Brabant renew their contract for another 3 years

Camiel Baltussen, Head of Sales at ISAAC and Wendy van den Akker, Manager at Ronald McDonald Huis Zuidoost-Brabant, have renewed their partnership for another 3 years. This means that once again ISAAC is a proud member of the '52 Member Club'. Due to ISAAC's contribution, the family of one sick child can stay at the Ronald McDonald Huis Zuidoost-Brabant for one month. 

'Club van 52' Ronald Mc Donald Zuidoost-Brabant and ISAAC

Active role in society

ISAAC has been a proud member of the '52 member Club' since 2014. All organizations within this club, for over a 3 three year period, carry the exploitation of the Ronald McDonald Huis Zuidoost-Brabant, for one family for one full month. Camiel Baltussen: "We find it important to play an active role within our community. At ISAAC we have a lot of young people working, many of them who have families with young children. Therefore, ISAACi can easily relate and support all the good work the volunteers at the Ronald McDonald House are doing". 

Support from business life most valuable

Ronald McDonald Huis Zuidoost-Brabant can survive because of all the hard and good work done by the many volunteers. Moreover though, its survival depends entirely on donations, sponsor-ships and campaigns. Therefore, support from the business world is most valuable and welcome. Because of the contribution from ISAAC, among other companies (for over 30 years already!), families can stay close to their ill child. In all Ronald McDonald houses families can find peace and quietness when needed, find support from other residing families or from one of the amazing volunteers. In 2016, a total of 6.486 families stayed for 65.671 nights in one of the 15 houses  the Netherlands has. 

"We find it important to play an active role within our community. At ISAAC we have a lot of young people working, many of them who have families with young children. Therefore, ISAACi can easily relate and support all the good work the volunteers at the Ronald McDonald House are doing."