Other Ways to Give
Host an Event
Gather your Family Friends and Co-workers! There are lots of fun ways to raise money and generate support for the Ronald McDonald House.
Consider gathering Friends and Co-workers to organize an auction, bake sale, cocktail party, jeans day, wish list drive or other fun event. Your efforts will greatly impact the care of thousands of children and families and will be a rewarding experience.
You can donate to the Ronald McDonald House through your work place. Here is a list of some of the opportunities that may be available through your employer:
Combined Federal Charity Campaign – Code 88060
If you work for the U.S. government, you can help the HOUSE by giving to the Combined Federal Campaign. Our agency code is 88060.
Maryland Charity Campaign – Code 3046
Employees of the State of Maryland may support the HOUSE by giving through the campaign. Our agency code is 3046.
United Way – Code ‘Ronald McDonald House Charities of Baltimore, Inc.’
If you are a supporter of United Way, you may designate the HOUSE to receive your gift. Please use Ronald McDonald House Charities of Baltimore, Inc. as your designation code.
If you are interested in starting a charitable giving campaign at your workplace, please contact Debbie Hood at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-528-1010 x.105
Coins that Count
Donating your change to our House just got easier thanks to those green Coinstar® kiosks you’ve seen in your local grocery store. They can do magical things with your change including turning your coins into a donation to our House! Go to any area Coinstar kiosk and select “Donate to RMHC” to have your change end up at our House. Click here to learn more about the Program.
Kids and their families can start a class competition, host a bake sale or lemonade stand, or do chores and good deeds around the house that can be rewarded with change. Schools, clubs, and troops are just some of the organizations that are a good fit for the Coinstar program. Check out the KidsGuide that kids and families can use to get started.
Use the RMHC/Coinstar sticker to turn your own jars and boxes into RMHC collection containers. Set a collection goal and use the RMHC/Coinstar collection thermometer to chart your progress toward reaching your goal.
Collect Pull Tabs
Maryland’s only Ronald McDonald House has been collecting aluminum pull-tabs since 1996. Schools, service organizations, churches, businesses and individuals from all over the state and the country collect them for us.
For more information on Ways You Can Help, contact Debbie Hood, Development Director, at 410.528.1010 ext. 105 or email@example.com