Everyone who contributes to Ronald McDonald House South East Queensland Herston plays a vital role in what we do. Without them we would not be able to help the families who stay with us.
Our volunteers are the heart of our programs. The families we help require a wide range of services and support which is why we rely on Volunteers with many different skills that can help us meet their needs. We depend on our team of dedicated volunteers to help us run our programs and support families going through some of the toughest times. RMH SEQ has a selection of diverse and rewarding volunteer opportunities across our programs to suit your interests and meet the needs of seriously ill children and their families.
We have over 30 different volunteer positions in areas such as:
- Guest Services Support
- Learning Program Support
- Child & Family Entertainment
- Event Support
- Cooking/ Baking
- Family Room Supervisor
- Friends Committee
- Cleaning / Gardening
- Fundraising Support
Volunteers have the choice of working in Brisbane at the South Brisbane House, Herston House, Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, Learning Program or in the Family Rooms at Gold Coast University Hospital. No matter the role, our volunteers make a valuable contribution. When you volunteer at RMH SEQ, you become part of a global community which is recognised and admired throughout the world.
If you’re over 18 years of age, available to commit for 6 or more months and want to volunteer please visit our RMH South East Queensland Volunteer Page for more information.
If you require further information, please contact email@example.com or phone (07) 3257 0328.
ABOUT OUR BOARD
The Ronald McDonald House Charities South East Queensland Inc. Board of Management structure consists of members from McDonald’s Australia, Hospital representatives and the Community.
The Board members elected at the 2018 AGM are:
Adam Dando: McDonalds Representative
Dr Amanda Dines: Health Services Representative
Mr Peter MacGinley: McDonalds Licensee
Ms Tanya Manteit - Mulcahy: McDonald's Licensee
Mr Alan Scott: Community Representative
Dr David Wood: Health Services Representative
Ms Leone Costigan: Community Representative
Mr Mick McLoughlin: Community Representative
Mr Christopher Holder: Community Representative
Mr Michael Robertson: Community Representative
Mr. Stephen Moore- Community Representative
Ex Officio: Dr John Gilmour, Chief Executive Officer
Company Secretary: Ms. Irene Kennedy – Stathis
The Patron of RMHC Australia
His Excellency General the Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove AK MC
Governor General of the Commonwealth of Australia
Brisbane Broncos and Queensland Origin player Josh McGuire is well known for his community work. He has been an ambassador for Ronald McDonald House South East Queensland for the past few years and his enthusiastic participation and engagement with RMH SEQ and the guests demonstrates the seriousness and dedication with which he approaches the position of ambassador.
Ian Mansfield is a consultant specialising in humanitarian assistance and post conflict activities and has worked overseas in Geneva Switzerland and New York before retiring in the Sunshine Coast. Ian and his wife became associated with Ronald McDonald House South East Queensland when his first granddaughter became seriously ill and spent a great deal of time at a Ronald McDonald House. In 2013 Ian became an ambassador for Ronald McDonald House South East Queensland and has taken on the role with great enthusiasm supporting RMH SEQ in events, speaking engagements and fundraising.
Gold Coast Titans and Queensland Origin player Jarrod Wallace has been an ambassador for Ronald McDonald House South East Queensland since 2016. Jarrod has been dedicated to lend a helping hand by running ‘Food & Essentials’ drives and visits to the RMH SEQ guests to brighten their day. Jarrod is well known for his community work and brings with him commitment, enthusiasm and positivity to engage with the organisation and its guests.