We couldn't do what we do without the continued support of our amazing partners
RMHC wouldn’t be where it is today without the support of our partners. Our partners are truly part of our team, helping us to fund our growing and vital programs across the country.
Thank you to Our Partners
We are humbled by the support we continue to experience from organisations across Australia and would like to extend our sincere gratitude to our partners.
Not only have they helped directly fund our support programs, they've given RMHC the gift of their time, products and expertise.
New Corporate Partners
We are proud of the heritage we enjoy with many long term partners that choose to join us and grow with us as we continue to extend the reach and impact of our programs to support more seriously ill children and their families.
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Our Founding Mission Partner for the past 40 years.
More than 40 years ago, the very first Ronald McDonald House was built thanks to McDonald’s. Today, they remain committed and passionate about supporting Ronald McDonald House Charities, now and into the future.
Their backing extends from financial contributions to volunteering and fundraising across the entire system. Our appreciation for the support McDonald’s provides is immeasurable.
Why we need other support
While McDonald's is our largest corporate partner, we are also an independent charity that relies on many sources of support to fund our growing programs across the country.
This includes donations and volunteering from individuals, communities and corporates, large and small.
We are eternally grateful to our hospital partners for the many ways they enable our charity to deliver our programs within their hospital precincts. They simply help families stay close to their seriously ill children, alleviating some of the hardships these families go through.
In fact, research tells us that hospital leaders worldwide believe that Ronald McDonald Houses reduce parental stress and help families cope (Lantz, et al, Journal of Health Organisation and Management 2015).
Canberra Hospital Canberra
Centenary Hospital for Women and Children Canberra
Gosford Hospital Gosford
John Hunter Hospital New Lambton Heights
Royal North Shore Hospital St Leonards
Sydney Children’s Hospital Randwick
The Children's Hospital at Westmead Westmead
Nepean Hospital Kingswood
Gold Coast Hospital Children’s Ward Southport
Gold Coast Hospital NICU Southport
Peel Health Campus Mandurah
Princess Margaret Hospital Children Subiaco
Alfred Hospital Melbourne
Austin Hospital Melbourne
Joan Kirner Women’s and Children’s Hospital St Albans
Mercy Hospital Heidelberg
Monash Children's Hospital Clayton
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre Parkville
Royal Children’s Hospital Parkville
Royal Hobart Hospital Hobart
Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital East Melbourne
Royal Women’s Hospital Parkville
The Northern Hospital Epping
Wodonga Hospital Wodonga