Want to do something special: Volunteer with Ronald McDonald House of Charleston

VOLUNTEER

Use your time, talents, and heart to make our House A Home Away From Home

Ronald McDonald House Charleston volunteers help provide comfort and care to our families, as well as maintain our House. We have several volunteer opportunities. Learn more about the different opportunities below.

Individual Volunteers at the Ronald McDonald House
Volunteers play an important role in the day-to-day operations of the Ronald McDonald House. They provide administrative support, help keep our House clean and tidy, offer family support, serve as a welcoming face, and provide information to our visitors.

Age: Must be 18 years or older
Location: The Ronald McDonald House –81 Gadsden Street, Charleston, SC 29401
Commitment: Weekly two hour shift for a minimum of 6 months
Shifts: Shifts are offered daily from 9 AM to 9 PM

Duties Include:

  • Receptionist
  • House Assistant
  • Family Room Assistant
  • Card Writers
  • Kitchen/Pantry Organizer
  • Salad Bar Helper
  • Dinner Helper
  • Maintenance
  • Puppy Sitter

Group Volunteers at the Ronald McDonald House

When a group of volunteers come together to help at RMHC Charleston, they make a big impact. Whether it’s deep cleaning our House or helping out with a specific task, their efforts, small and large, support every family that relies on our Home Away From Home. Here are a few ways you and your friends, coworkers, or family can help.

Deep Cleaning Volunteer Group
Deep Cleaning Volunteers help us keep the Ronald McDonald House tidy and healthy for our families. We provide all of the cleaning supplies. To become a deep cleaning volunteer group, volunteers must follow these guidelines:

  • All volunteer groups must be adults or heavily supervised children 15 and older
  • Cleaning must be done Monday – Saturday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
  • Groups should be no more than 15 people

 

Special Task Volunteer Group
RMHC Charleston has special tasks that require the support of group volunteers. This can include building shelves, organizing storage rooms and landscaping clean up. Task volunteers must follow these guidelines:

  • All volunteer groups must be adults
  • Tasks must be pre-approved by the House
  • Groups should be no more than 12 people

Event Volunteers for the Ronald McDonald House Part of the success of our fundraisers we host every year is the network of volunteers that work tirelessly to make them spectacular. Our volunteers take on varying tasks from securing auction items to greeting guests to stuffing envelopes. And, everything they do to help makes a big difference in making the event fantastic and, most importantly, supporting our families.

Event volunteers must follow these guidelines:

  • Age restrictions are event specific
  • All volunteers must sign up to participate through the Director of Volunteers
  • Event volunteers can be individual or groups

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SOL Southwest Kitchen & Tequila Bar Raises Almost $1,400 for the Local Ronald McDonald House

Media Press Release:

This past Holiday season, SOL Southwest Kitchen & Tequila Bar paired up with local charity chapter Ronald McDonald House (RMH) of Charleston to raise money to support countless House initiatives through the restaurant’s Kitchen Karma program. Since its inception in 2013, SOL had donated over $22,000 to local charities.

On Wednesday, February 3, SOL presented a check totaling ?$1,398 to the Ronald McDonald House in Charleston, who’s mission for over 35 years has been to provide a safe haven for families with children who are receiving extensive medical treatment at nearby Hospitals.

“We are humbled that our guests helped us raise more than $1,300 for this incredible organization that allows families to stay together during a difficult time,” said David Clark, owner of SOL.

Through its Kitchen Karma program, SOL partners with?a?local charity organization for a period of five?to eight weeks?to raise funds for that?organization of choice.? SOL chooses?a featured dish and cocktail and?$1 proceeds from every featured item purchased?within that fundraising period go directly to that organization. The featured items from?the?RMH of Charleston partnership?included?the?Steak Skewers and the seasonal Cranberry Spice Margarita.

Now through March 6, the Kitchen Karma program will partner with HALOS, a local organization that provides comprehensive services for more than 700 kinship families in which grandparents and other relatives have stepped in to raise children so they will not have to enter foster care.

$1 proceeds from the Tuna Lollipops Appetizer and the Blood Orange Margarita will be donated to HALOS.

For more information on?SOL?Southwest Kitchen & Tequila Bar?and the Kitchen Karma program, please visit SOLMtPleasant.com.