Give more families the support and care they need to focus on helping their child fight for their life.

Volunteers are the helping hands and friendly faces that are essential to running the House and providing support for families in need.

With a variety of tasks such as cleaning our common areas, organizing donations, sorting pop tabs and so much more, they are sure to stay busy. In fact, volunteers help to offset costs, allowing us to direct more donations back to programs supporting children and their families.

There’s a place for you at RMHCDC – from individual ongoing opportunities to one-time group projects, we need your help! All volunteers must clear a background check.

Please contact Rachel at [email protected] with any questions.

Feed The house

Feed The House by volunteering to prepare a meal! We also encourage meal drop offs/deliveries from local restaurants, individual frozen meals, gift cards, and pre-assembled Take Home Meal Kits to provide families with food for their first day or two back home, until they can make it to the grocery store.

To provide a meal, visit our Sign-Up page. If you are interested in a date that is not available, please reach out to Rachel Taninecz at [email protected].

Virtual Family Activities

To engage our children and families virtually, we are looking for pre-recorded videos that families can access at their convenience.

If you want to teach a skill, please consider donating supplies and materials so that families can follow along (knitting, origami, etc.).

Volunteer smiling at RMHC house

Weekly Volunteers

Weekly Volunteers are the backbone and heart of our Ronald McDonald House programs.

Weekly Volunteer positions are an on-going weekly commitment for a minimum of 6 months. Weekly volunteers work one 2-3 hour shift the same day each week and must be 18+ years old.

Group Opportunities

It takes a village to keep a Ronald McDonald House running smoothly. There are many on-site and off-site opportunities for your group to help with that!

Making grab-n-go bags filled with snacks or activities is always a hit with the families.

Other opportunities include helping with household chores, yard work, or even hosting a Wish List drive!

For more information on these and other opportunities, please contact Rachel Taninecz at [email protected].