OKLAHOMA CITY — County Line Beef donated more than 40 pounds of beef to the Ronald McDonald House Charity in Oklahoma City, Okla. Owners of County Line Beef, Alex and Stephen Morcom delivered the beef recently. County Line Beef, located near Central High, Oklahoma, is a member of the Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association.
The Ronald McDonald House Charity in Oklahoma City allows families with seriously ill or injured children to stay together and near the medical care they need. Helping an ill child fight their illness takes a big enough emotional toll on a family. Adding a financial strain can make it almost too much to bear. The Houses offer all the comforts of home.
“We’re honored to contribute nutritious beef and share a part of our livelihood with these families,” said Alex Morcom, County Line Beef. “The relief that the Ronald McDonald House provides is invaluable and any role that we can play in supporting them and our community is a privilege.”
Because cattlemen care, OCA is helping coordinate beef donations to the OKC and Tulsa Ronald McDonald Houses. Each Ronald McDonald House uses 2-3 beefs per year. Let us know if you’d like to help feed families going through a tough time by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling the OCA office at 405-235-4391.
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–Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association