Volunteer

Make a difference in families who walk through our doors



Every year, more than 30,000 Ronald McDonald House Charities® volunteers across the globe put in more than one million hours to assist with families hospitality, playgroups, English classes, tutoring sessions, housekeeping, gardening, cooking house meals, fundraising programs, graphics and design and providing office support to different RMHC programs. All their effort and time go into supporting the work of RMHC, directly helping families and children in need.


Volunteers are our valuable assets. With the help from volunteers and all the service in kind, we are able to minimize our operating cost and channel our fund raised directly to families and children at the Ronald McDonald House.


Instead of hiring a cleaning company to clean the House twice a day, our volunteers help us and cut down half of the housekeeping cost. Instead of paying agencies for poster and leaflet designs, our volunteers help us with most of the promotional materials. Instead of hiring a gardening company, a volunteer helps us with our front and back yard at less than half of the market price. Instead of hiring more manpower at the office, our regular volunteers provide us with clerical and administrative support. We welcome volunteers to join our outreach programs at schools and hospitals to extend our love and care to children.



The act of love, support and care from volunteers do more than just saving us money. They are the fuels for our families and children. Together, they form a kind of love and energy that our families desperately need to battle on. Among the 2,000 active volunteers we have, some of them are our Love Companions-- children/ families who once stayed and were touched by the work of RMHC and some of them are our "long-serviced" volunteers for over 10 years.


We are grateful beyond words for all the support we garnered from our volunteers. Without your faith and commitment, RMHC would not have kept up with our quality service. If you have not already, please do join us!


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WHAT WE DO

Keeping families together to help kids heal and cope better

  • RONALD McDONALD HOUSES


    A "home-away-from-home" to keep parents and children together
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      This program give families somewhere to relax and share the moments together
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    • PROGRAMS


      Good reading habit, if cultivated early, can bring a lifetime of benefits
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RMHC STORIES

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    Durjoy

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    Durjoy

    Durjoy – a name that symbolizes the invincible. This name belongs to a strong 5-year-old boy who has always been fighting with challenges in his life.

    Born in Bengal, Durjoy is the only grandson in his family and will inherit the family’s legacy when he has grown up. Such status has aroused the jealousy of Durjoy’s aunt, who only has two daughters... Read More

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    Ka Wing

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    Ka Wing

    Much like many teenage girls, 16 year-old Ka-wing likes to shop and watch movies. Unfortunately last June, Ka-wing often felt too tired and short of breath to do the things she wanted to do. Thinking it was due to pressure from exams or the hot weather, she and her family paid little attention to the symptoms. ... Read More

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    Kee Wo

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    Kee Wo

    Medical treatment in Hong Kong, a home-away-from-home

    Law Kee Wo, a ten-year-boy, visited the Prince of Wales Hospital with his father and uncle last winter.

    When he was young, a small tumor, which grew bigger with time, was found in his right eye. He did not receive any medical treatment as his family could not afford it. Later, the tumor, which grew as big as the fist of a man, ... Read More

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    Mercy

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    Mercy

    Little Mercy was diagnosed with a rare form of pediatric cancer, known as Neuroblastoma, when she was only 13 months old. There is only 30-40% chance for pediatric patients to recover from Neuroblastoma. In order to get the best possible treatment for Mercy, her oncologist suggested sending her to the Children Cancer Center at the Prince of Wales Hospital in Shatin. ... Read More

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    Tung Tung

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    Tung Tung

    Tung Tung’s family – A loving Journey at RMH

    It was the summer of 2013, when Tung Tung was four years old. He was diagnosed with the second stage of acute lymphocytic, which he was in call for an extended and intensified method for treatment. During Tung Tung’s first treatment, a social worker at the hospital introduced to Mrs. Ng (Tung Tung’s mother) about services at RMHC when she understood her living condition in Sheung Shui. ... Read More

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    Zhu Zhi To

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    Zhu Zhi To

    Zhu Zhi To was born in a small town in Canton, June 2003, He was a very cheerful happy little boy who brought much fun and love to his family.

    But on the 27thApril 2005, Zhu Zhi To's life changed forever, 85% of his body was burned in tragic circumstances, But miraculously Zhu Zhi To survived thanks to the dedication and round the clock care from his doctors at the hospital where he was treated. ... Read More

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    Wah Wah

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    Wah Wah

    幫助的不只一個小孩

    曾經在麥當勞叔叔之家住了差不多一年的樺樺,快兩歲。看著樺樺的第一個感覺便是她的身軀太瘦弱,肩膀幼幼的,肚皮卻脹脹的;走起路來,一拐一拐,無法平衡。樺樺患的正是腸道血管瘤。 ... Read More

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