Eric Reed, a partner in Shutts & Bowen LLP’s Orlando office and Chair of the Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Central Florida, recently accepted a $30,000 grant on behalf of the organization from the DeVos Family Foundation, in support of home-away-from-home services for families of children receiving medical treatment at facilities in Orlando.
Eric accepted the grant on behalf of the RMHCCF during an Orlando Magic game on March 15, 2022, alongside RMHCCF CEO and President, Clay Osburne. The money will directly support the three Ronald McDonald Houses in Orlando, which support close to 2,700 families a year.
RMHCCF becomes the 11th grant announced as part of the DeVos family’s 30 Grants for 30 Years Initiative. As part of the DeVos family’s initiative, a total of $3 million will be donated to 30 area nonprofit organizations over 18 months, investing in people and projects impacting youth, essential needs for families, and community enrichment across Central Florida.
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About Eric Reed
Eric C. Reed is a partner in the Orlando office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he is a member of the Business Litigation Practice Group. Eric combines his trial experience and communications skills in disputes involving commercial litigation, construction litigation, commercial landlord/tenant litigation, commercial and consumer collections and replevins, mortgage and lien foreclosures, and general lender representation. He has extensive experience in matters related to creditors’ rights, as well as contested foreclosure litigation and consumer finance litigation.
About Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Florida
Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Central Florida finds, creates and supports programs that directly improve the health and well-being of children and families. Their cornerstone program, the Ronald McDonald House, provides a home away from home for families with children receiving treatment at hospitals and medical facilities in Orlando, keeping families together when they need it the most.