Teen Ambassador Program

The Teen Ambassador Program (TAP) was created to help build community awareness and support within high schools.

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Washington, DC (RMHCDC) is a great organization for high school-aged teenagers to give back to a local Charity, and for earning service hours and learning how to organize fundraising and volunteer efforts.

TAP was started by teenagers for teenagers as a self-organized group of local high school students who joined together to support RMHCDC by fundraising and volunteering for events like our 5K and other opportunities. To learn more about the program, read our Teen Ambassador Program Description [PDF: 82.5 KB].


Members of TAP are high school students entering grade 9 or higher from public and private schools.  Teen Ambassadors in good standing are encouraged to participate throughout their remaining time in high school. This commitment includes attending monthly meetings, planning and participating in RMHCDC fundraisers, and volunteering at the Red Shoe 5k.


If you are interested in learning more about the Teen Ambassadors Program or need reference information, please contact us at info@rmhcdc.org.