What does the charity do?

When you’re a child in hospital, having your family close can make all the difference. It can make something really scary a lot more bearable. Ronald McDonald House Charities helps keep families close and together. They provide accommodation, care and support for families. They provide a home for families of seriously ill children where they can cook, sleep, be together and always be only moments away from their sick child.






RMHC Little Yellow House campaign will take place in all McDonald’s Restaurants across Ireland, from Wednesday September 9th until Tuesday September 22nd 2020, in order to raise much needed funds to building the new Ronald McDonald House beside the new Children’s Hospital.

The event will offer McDonald’s customers an opportunity to purchase a ‘Little Yellow House’ sticker for €1 at the Till, Drive-Thru, or self-order kiosk, with proceeds going to building the new Ronald McDonald House beside the new Children’s Hospital.

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Ronald McDonald House Charities do amazing work

 The Ronald McDonald House Charity does amazing work to support parents of seriously ill children at Our Lady's Children's Hospital in Dublin. The funding to make this amazing work happen comes 100% from donations. Made up by McDonald’s customers and friends of the charity - so thank you very much for helping us change lives.

How can I help?

Simply pop some money into the Ronald McDonald House charity box, you can find on the till in all our restaurants or visit www.rmhc.ie and donate online. Whatever you can donate will help make a difference. 

Since 2004, the Ronald McDonald House has provided accommodation and a caring, supportive environment for over 4,200 families whose children are seriously ill and are hospitalised or undergoing medical treatment at Our Lady’s Hospital, Crumlin, Dublin 12.