RMHC South Australia
Giving seriously ill children the best gift of all – their families.
RMHC South Australia history
Welcome to Ronald McDonald House Charities South Australia. We are an independent, not-for-profit organisation dedicated to providing vital programs for families with seriously ill children.
About Our Chapter
Ronald McDonald Charities first arrived in South Australia in 1991, following a major refurbishment of the Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Adelaide. To assist families needing accommodation close to where their child was being treatment in hospital and in 2000 we established Adelaide’s very first Ronald McDonald House. Since then, we have expanded our accommodation facilities to give over 200 families a warm, safe and secure place to stay every year.
Through our accommodation and support services, we strive to keep families together when life gets turned upside down due to a child’s illness.
Our Ronald McDonald House is run by a tirelessly hard working team of staff and volunteers, aided by the generous support of our donors, sponsors and corporate partners.
Keeping our families safe COVID-19
Given the current COVID-19 situation, continuing to provide a safe and supportive environment for families of seriously ill children at our Ronald McDonald Houses and Programs is our absolute priority.
For the latest information please visit rmhc.org.au/covid-19
- Chris Baker, Chair
- Gavin Daniell, Deputy Chair
- Claire Whittington
- Lindsey Gough
- Tristan Harding
- Jami Hodge
- Sarah McRae
- Phil Robinson
- Steven Wild, Treasurer
Reconciliation Action Plan - Reflect 2020-2021
We are an independent, not-for-profit organisation dedicated to providing vital programs for families with seriously ill children.
How you can help
Other ways to help
Ronald McDonald House South Australia relies on the work of our volunteers and the financial support of individual and corporate donations.
Without their generous contributions, we would be unable to keep our doors open to families in need 365 days a year. Thanks to the public, we’ve been able to continually expand our operations to help more families and communities in Adelaide.
There are many ways you can contribute to Ronald McDonald House South Australia.
Discuss how you, your organisation, school or business can help and become involved.
Call us:(08) 8267 6922
Fundraise For Us
Whether it’s holding a raffle, a fundraiser in your club or workplace or even riding, running or walking for a good cause, by raising money for Ronald McDonald House Charities South Australia, you will be making a tremendous difference to the lives of families who have a sick or injured child.
Getting started is easy. Simply download our Fundraising Toolkit for more information about how you can fundraise in your own way and do your bit to make our House a home away from home.
Got your idea and ready to start fundraising? Then complete an Agreement to Fundraise and send it to email@example.com
The original House has accommodated over 4,000 families which equates to more than 130,000 bed nights. Understandably, the bedrooms are in need of renovation.
The ‘Room Rescue’ Program provides organisations or community groups with the opportunity to partner with us to refurbish and maintain these bedrooms. It is the House’s aim to improve the level of comfort that we provide to the families.
Meals from the Heart
It is hard for families to spend each day in a hospital environment and at the end of a long emotional day; they often do not have the energy to prepare a nourishing, home-cooked meal. Meals from the Heart gives families the chance to meet some bright, happy people who talk about ordinary, everyday things like, the football, weather and current affairs.
Leave a Gift in your Will
Leaving a gift in your will, or a bequest, is a wonderful legacy for future generations. Anyone can leave a charitable bequest. It is a powerful way to make a positive impact on the future, without affecting your finances in the present.
Whenever the time is right for you, please consider remembering Ronald McDonald House Charities in your Will. Your gift will provide love, care and support for seriously ill children and their families whenever they need it.
Information for Solicitors & Executors
If you or your client intend to leave a Bequest to RMHC South Australia, the correct legal name to use is Ronald McDonald House Charities South Australia, registered business name of Allan Campbell AND WCH House Inc.
Our ABN is 30 061 528 747 and our registered office address is 271 Melbourne Street, North Adelaide, 5006
The charity is registered with the Australia Commission for Not-for-profits and Charities (ACNC). We also have Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status. When taking instructions from your client about their charitable intentions, please consider the tax implications for the estate and the tax benefits of transferring assets from an estate to a charity with DGR status.
Become a Corporate Partner
Our charity is able to bring comfort and care to thousands of families Australia-wide, largely thanks to the generosity of like-minded businesses and individuals who provide significant financial, in-kind and volunteering support year-on-year.
We strive to create mutually beneficial partnerships with organisations who are committed to our mission of supporting the ever-changing needs of seriously ill children and their families.
To find out about becoming a Corporate Partner, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2019 Room Rescue Partners
- Toybox International
- Gilchrist Connell
2019 Gala Ball Supporters
- McDonald’s South Australia
- Channel 10
- Coca Cola Amatil
- DDS Diamond Design Studios
- Enterprise Finance
- Farmer's Union Iced Coffee
- Jaks Hire & Events
- KI Spirits
- Mark Lobert Studio
- Martin Brower
- Modbury Press
- Nine Entertainment
- On The Table Events
- Pacific Publications
- Scarpantoni Wines
- Secure Parking
- Seven News
- Southern Cross Austereo
- Spoilt Rotten Hair
- Superloop Adelaide 500
- Westpac Banking Corporation
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