How can I stay at a Ronald McDonald House?
1. Contact the Medical Social Service Unit (or the Medical Social Worker) at the hospital where your child will receive treatment and provide them with your intended arrival date. They will contact us on your behalf and confirm your application.
2. Because each child's treatment is unique, a family’s stay at the House is unpredictable. In general, Ronald McDonald House programs offer rooms for families of pediatric patients under 18 years old. The maximum length of stay at a Ronald McDonald House is based on room demand, the child's treatment period, and their living condition at where they intend to recover.
Who owns and operates Ronald McDonald House in Hong Kong?
The Ronald McDonald House in Hong Kong is owned and operated by the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hong Kong. It is governed by a Board of Directors
who are responsible for program development, standards and operations of both the Ronald McDonald House and the Ronald McDonald House Charities who raises fund to support the House operation.
How is the Ronald McDonald House in Hong Kong funded?
Generous supporters like you help fund Ronald McDonald Houses. The majority of our programming funds come from individuals, organizations and businesses from different industries.
Doesn't McDonald's Restaurants (Hong Kong) Limited fund Ronald McDonald House?
McDonald's Restaurants (Hong Kong) Limited is our mission partner and generously fund part of the Ronald McDonald House operation via.
The collection of customer's donation at local McDonald's restaurants' donation boxes.
However, the majority of the annual operating income comes from individual and other corporate donors.
How long do families usually stay at a Ronald McDonald House?
Stays can be as short as one night or as long as several months, depending on the child's illness and treatment.
How can I support a Ronald McDonald House?
You can support RMHC of Hong Kong in a number of ways, or we could not operate Ronald McDonald House without donations from individuals and groups. Click here
to learn more about getting involved with RMHC.