Donate MoneyÂ A little can change a lot, and all of your donations matter. Donate.
Volunteer Volunteers make the difference by cooking, by hosting, by listening,
by nurturing, by simply being there and helping. Find a Volunteer Opportunity.
Support Around the WebÂ Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Flickr, YouTube. Spread the word about what can be done to change children’s lives.
RMHC Club Kits By starting an RMHC Club in your school or classroom, you’ll be helping students understand the importance of reaching out to others in need.
Download the Club Kit for tips on running your club, fundraising ideas and project ideas including a new Build Your Own Donation Box activity for kids.
The RMHC Donation Box at McDonald Many McDonald’s restaurants have RMHC Donation Boxes displayed by cash registers and drive-thru windows. Your spare change quickly adds up.
Play for RMHC Each time you play your favorite games online, RMHC will get a donation thanks to Games that Give.
Help Strengthen Families with Every Purchase Every time you open a new, qualifying RMHC Bank of AmericaÃ‚Â® VisaÃ‚Â® credit or optional debit card you will help provide stability and resources to families at no additional cost to you. Get started.
Coporate Donors Whether it’s through monetary gifts, in-kind donations or volunteering, corporate sponsors have been a vital part of helping to deliver comfort and care to children and their families. Become a Corporate Donor.
Legacy PlanningWith just a little planning and a big heart, you can arrange a charitable plan that brings hope and help to sick children and their families. Explore your options.
Pop Tab Collections Ronald McDonald Houses collect pop tabs instead of entire aluminum cans because it’s more hygienic to store tabs than cans, and collection and storage is easier.
Cardboard collection containers in the shape of a house have been distributed to schools,
community and civic groups and other organizations in your area. Collect pop tabs to drop
off at one of these areas, or contact your local House about getting a collection container
that you can be responsible for filling through one of your own groups.