Families that stay at the Ronald McDonald House are going through tough situations. Donating to our House means taking even the slightest bit of stress off of our families’ plates and making sure they have all they need to make them feel at home. Our House runs off of donations, and with serving up to 27 families a night we need a lot to keep our House running smoothly.
Do you ever wonder where your donation goes once you give it? At the Ronald McDonald House of Eastern North Carolina, 100% of your gift is used to keep our house operating at full capacity so we can serve as many families as needed. We can even trace the steps– from your pocket to a purpose.
Path of a Donation
It Begins With You
Your Donation is received in the mail or in person.
Your gift is recorded in our database program that we use for budgeting our expenses.
If you made your gift in honor or in memory of someone special to you, we will take this time to send them an acknowledgement of your kindness.
Your money is deposited into our general operating account.
Monies from our Operating Account are used directly to pay for our expenses. Below are just a few of these:
- Electrical bills
- Furnishings and upkeep
- Maintenance and supplies
- Family food
- Linens and supplies for bedrooms
- Computer equipment