Women's Basketball continued their summer of service on Friday morning, serving at multiple Ronald McDonald Houses in Chattanooga, Tenn.
Led by head coach Evelyn Thompson, players Britnay Gore, Za'kkria Robinson, and Michaela Bennefield along with assistant coach Jake Wright all went with her to serve the charity which serves to provide financial stability and resources to families in need.
"The opportunity to volunteer for a cause such as "A Day of Change" is such a privilege," said Thompson. "Ronald McDonald House does such important work for children and families. It is an organization that is near and dear to my heart. I have been involved for a very long time, and I will will continue to make every effort to contribute whenever possible."
When asked about her team joining her, Thompson demonstrated a sense of pride. "This is an opportunity for Cleveland State Women's Basketball to continue our mission of community service. Our young women do a great job of carrying out a commitment to service and leading the charge. I am so very proud of the way they tackle every service opportunity with open hearts.
Stay tuned to cscougars.com for updates on the upcoming 2019-2020 Women's Basketball season.