Thank you for helping families with sick children when they need it most.
This year, celebrate your birthday by giving rather than receiving. When you ask your family and friends to make a donation in lieu of gifts, you’ll help the hundreds of families who stay at Ronald McDonald House Southern Alberta each year. Create your online fundraising page today to start your next year off on a high note.
Fundraising doesn’t need to be hard. In fact, you can help others by doing what you love most! Whatever it is you like to do for fun you can now do it to raise funds for Ronald McDonald House families. It’s easy! Just follow these three simple steps:
1. Choose an activity you and/or your family likes to do for fun
2. Create your Make Fun Matter fundraising page online (be sure to select RMHC Southern Alberta as the recipient of your funds)
3. Start raising money to help families stay close to their sick children
Now, when you recycle beverage containers at any Alberta bottle Depot, you can help keep families close.
Alberta Cans for Kids is an easy recycling program for individuals, schools and businesses designed to raise funds for Ronald McDonald House! Simply bring your beverage containers eligible for a deposit to the Depot nearest you and ask to donate to RMHC Southern & Central Alberta through Alberta Cans for Kids.
Get Your School or Business Involved!
Register your school or business by contacting Allie, Community Relations Coordinator at 403-240-3000 ext. 113.
Once registered, you will receive decals which can be attached to your recycling bins to show where the proceeds are going. Don’t have recycling bins? Let us know and we can provide some for your organization. Best of all, we will arrange for your local Alberta Bottle Depot to collect your recycling on a regular basis and have proceeds donated to the House!
*NOTE: We no longer accept pop tabs. The Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation is accepting them. They are to be taken to the Metabolic clinic on the 2nd floor of the Children’s Hospital. Contact Utah, at 403.955.8818.
Customize your online registry page and share it with all your friends. With every donation made, you’ll help keep sick children close to their loved ones when they need it most.
There are so many fun ways to get involved! Organize a bake sale, car wash, toy drive, talent show, or come up with an idea all your own! Get creative and start a school fundraiser that helps sick kids feel more at home.
Set up your online fundraising page today or contact Allie, Community Relations Coordinator to learn more ways your school can get involved.
Not only is fundraising at work a creative way to help Ronald McDonald House families, but it’s also a great opportunity to bond with your coworkers and give back to the community. From healthy eating challenges, to dress down days, to office-wide silent auctions, your fundraiser will help keep families close when their children need it most.
Looking to volunteer as a group or sponsor an event? Learn about all the ways your workplace can get involved with the House on our Corporate Giving page.
Now, when you do your chores, you can help the families at our House too! Join Chores for Change by choosing to donate a portion of your allowance to families at the House. You can even help your neighbours with chores like cutting the grass or shovelling the driveway and get your whole community involved! Download your coin box to get started, and once it’s full, bring it in to Ronald McDonald House to make your donation!
Best of all, with every dish you wash and shirt you fold, you’ll know you’re helping sick children and their families when they need it most.
Download your Chores for Change kit today and make chores meaningful.Download Your Kit
Are you interested in hosting a bake sale, golf tournament, concert or other private or public function benefiting the House? Contact Allie, Community Relations Coordinator, today for answers to all your questions and help getting started. We’ll provide you with all the information and materials you need to make your fundraiser a success.