CHARLESTON, S.C. - The Charleston Southern women's basketball team took time out of their final examination preparations this past Friday to serve at the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Charleston.
The Buccaneers have been serving at the Ronald McDonald House since 2015 making at least one trip annually to work with the organization. CSU cooked and served lunch for the residents and toured the facility over the afternoon.
"Cooking for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Charleston was a good experience and an eye opener," sophomore forward Jasmine Blackmon said. "Helping one person might not change the world, but it could change the world for that one person."
CSU also learned about the residents at during their time at the organization.
"It's such a great experience for all of us to help others by simply just making a meal for them," Elyse Kiploks, women's basketball Director of Operations commented. "We plan to go back later on this year and we will continue to have a connection with the Ronald McDonald House and showing our support for the strong families staying there."
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