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Good Deeds: Fathers Walk for Families

Glen Stout and his dog, Stanley Guido, with Daniel Stenz, the father of a child Stout met at the Akron Ronald McDonald House.

Glen Stout wasn’t relaxing this past Father’s Day. Doma’s assistant vice president and regional agency manager walked 33 miles in support of fathers and families of ill and injured children.

To date, Stout has raised nearly $11,000 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northeast Ohio. The walk from the Akron to the Cleveland Ronald McDonald House took nearly 12 hours.

“When you see what these families are going through, it puts your own challenges in perspective,” Stout said. “What was most amazing about the walk for me was that the first person to arrive at the Akron Ronald McDonald House at 7:30 in the morning was Craig Wilson, CEO of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northeast Ohio.”

The trek also was meant to raise awareness for Ronald McDonald House Charities’ upcoming “2022 Steps,” which will be held Aug. 28.

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northeast Ohio was one of the initial organizations to receive a grant from the ALTA Good Deeds Foundation, which is nearly $1 million in donations since being formed in 2020.

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