Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Central Valley (RMHC) Crowdfunding Campaign Supports Local Families
The #DollarsForDinner campaign aims to raise $5,000 to purchase meals for families at RMHC: www.gofundme.com/dollarsfordinner
July 31, 2018—MADERA, Calif.—The #DollarsForDinner campaign aims to raise $5,000 in 31 days to purchase meals for families staying at the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Central Valley (RMHC). The month-long crowdfunding campaign will provide critical funding that RMHC uses to support families in need.
Visit gofundme.com/dollarsfordinner to donate today. Since 1984, the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Central Valley has alleviated the emotional, physical and financial burdens of families who have a child in the hospital. The #DollarsForDinner campaign provides funding critical to the operation of the Ronald McDonald House.
“The #DollarsForDinner campaign is an exciting and easy way for the community to support the Ronald McDonald House,” said Alene Istanboulian, Director of Development & Communications. “The beauty of a crowdfunding campaign is that anyone can donate—regardless of the amount—to support such a great cause. With one click, you can support a family with just $20.”
The #DollarsForDinner campaign is live through August 31. Support the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Central Valley as we aim to raise $5,000 in one month to support families. Visit gofundme.com/dollarsfordinner today and make a difference in the lives of families in the Central Valley.
About the Ronald McDonald House of the Central Valley
The Ronald McDonald House is a cornerstone of the Ronald McDonald House Charities®. It provides a “home away from home,” a refuge for families who are trying to cope with the physical, emotional, and financial burdens of having a seriously ill child. Our house accommodates 18 families for a nominal donation which can be waived if the family is unable to pay. Ronald McDonald House Charities is a nonprofit corporation that along with many other direct services supports many valuable causes around the Valley.