How You Can Help
Emerson, born one pound, one ounce, from Illinois. Logan who suffered from multiple strokes from rural Missouri. Chelcie who stayed in our long-term apartments while she recovered after a double-lung transplant. These are just a few of the children RMHC has helped over the years.
Every day, we continue to help more children through their recovery and give more families a comfortable place to stay during a difficult time. But we can't do it without you. There are many ways for you to join us in our mission to improve the health and well-being of children and their families.
Your donations mean so much to sick children and their families. Without you, we could not give them the help and support they need. 100% of donations stay in St. Louis. To particpate in our Sponsor-A-Family program or for more information, click here.
Volunteer Your Time
Ronald McDonald House Charities of St. Louis' volunteers help make each of our Houses and Family Rooms a "home-away-from-home" for the families we serve. To learn about the different volunteer opportunities available, click here.
Donate Wish List Items
We rely on Wish List donations to keep each of our Ronald McDonald Houses and Ronald McDonald Family Rooms running as a "home." To download a Wish List, click here.
Host a Third Party Fundraiser
We rely heavily on the fundraisers held by individuals, organizations and companies in the St. Louis area to help us continue our mission. If you would like to host your own fundraiser or event click here to sign up and see what resources we provide to help make your fundraiser a success.
Cook Dinner for Our Families
Most of our families spend the day at the hopsital with their children. After many long, difficult hours, it's a welcome gift for them to return to the House and find a home-cooked meal. To participate in our Dinner Program or for more information, click here.
Purchase a Butterfly or Leaf on the Tree of Life
Commemorate a special occasion or memorialize a loved one with the purchase of a leaf or butterfly on the Tree of Life at the West County Ronald McDonald House. For more information, click here.