Our Relationship with McDonald’s

From the moment the doors opened at the first Ronald McDonald House in Philadelphia, PA, the McDonald’s owner/operators, suppliers, employees, and customers have called our mission their own.

Locally, McDonald’s owners and operators stand by the mission of RMHC in a big way.

Round-Up for RMHC – a new way to give!

McDonald’s has launched a new technology in restaurants, giving customers the opportunity to round-up their purchase to the nearest dollar (regardless of payment method). Round-up for RMHC is a national 365-day-per-year fundraising program featured in restaurants.

Next time you visit, consider giving a small donation right when you order by rounding up your total to the nearest dollar.

Here’s how you can donate:

(At Kiosk)
Choose to Round-Up your total during checkout.

(At Counter and Drive Thru)
Let a Crew Member know you would like to “Round-Up” when you place your order.

Every Penny Counts

Each time you purchase a Happy Meal or a Mighty Kids Meal, a penny of that is donated to RMHC.

Donation Boxes

Throughout the year, you can find RMHC Donation Boxes in McDonald’s restaurants on the front counter and at the drive-thru. You can contribute your spare change every time you visit. The nickels, dimes, and quarters you donate help RMHC give families a welcoming, comfortable place to sleep, eat and cope while their children are hospitalized.

Day of Change

A single day to support RMHC of Idaho by dropping your spare change in the donation box at your local McDonald’s. Gather your change now and visit your participating McDonald’s in October to participate in the RMHC Day of Change.