Prodema contributes to the charity work of the Ronald McDonald House in Philadelphia

At Prodema we are happy to have contributed to a charity work such as the Ronald McDonald House and we want to tell you briefly about our experience so far.

When the architects responsible for the expansion of the Ronald McDonald House of Chestnut Street in Philadelphia were designing the new building adjacent to the original, they thought that Prodema’s natural wood would be the ideal element to bring warmth to a building that welcomes free of charge dozens of families with children with serious health problems.

Thus, through The White Lines Architectural Products, our representatives in the city of Philadelphia, and given that the Ronald McDonald House is a non-profit organization, its managers suggested the possibility of contributing with ProdEx, our product for exteriors. The idea seemed great to us at Prodema and we responded with the offer of a donation that would defray an important part of our panels to coat the façade of the new building.

Today we can announce that this donation has already been made and the installation of our natural wood will be carried out in the near future. At Prodema we celebrate being able to contribute to bring that feeling of warmth to the home of the Ronald McDonald House of Philadelphia through the characteristics of our product, as well as to be able to contribute to a charitable cause as laudable as the one of this organization that unselfishly welcomes sick children and their families.

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