What We Do
Offering strength and hope each day, every day
The Ronald McDonald House is a “home-away-from-home” for families of children receiving medical treatment on an inpatient or outpatient basis. The House is a temporary place to stay and is not a treatment facility.
The RMH has several signature events. Find out how you can participate or help support our events and fundraisers throughout the year.
With two Ronald McDonald Houses in Greenville, NC, we offer the comforts of home to families traveling from near to far.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who can stay at the Ronald McDonald House?
The families of children, from birth through 21 years of age, who is being treated at area medical facilities. This includes parents, grandparents and siblings of the patient.
Do you collect pop tabs or accept donations?
Yes, we collect pop tabs and we are happy to accept donations of new and unused items!
You can stop by the RMH anytime between 8am-9pm 7 days a week. We have staff 24/7 that will be available to help you.
We can accept small donations at our front door, just ring the doorbell and someone will help you. If you have a large donation, we may ask you to pull around to the back of our House to unload at our garage door into our donation center.
If you have additional questions about what is accepted or how to drop off, give us a call! 252-847-5435
Where can I find a list of items that the RMH currently needs?
You can always find our most up-to-date Wishlist on our website located on our Home Page or the Get Involved tab listed as “Host a Wishlist Drive“.
I want to volunteer, what steps do I need to take first?
The Ronald McDonald House would not exist without the help of volunteers. Unfortunately, our in-person volunteer program is suspended due to COVID-19.
However, we have virtual opportunities available including hosting a Wishlist Drive, participating in fundraisers or becoming a social media ambassador. We do not have an age requirement for virtual volunteers so these opportunities can be completed by anyone!
For more information, check out our Volunteer Page.
Can I receive court-appointed volunteer hours?
Due to the unique nature of all volunteer placements at the House, it is our policy to not accept any volunteer placements by court-mandated referrals.