Happy Wheels Hospitality Cart
Traveling through the halls of Saint Alphonsus and St. Luke's Children's Hospital
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Idaho is committed to serving as many families of seriously ill children as possible. This means going outside the walls of the Ronald McDonald House and into the hospital. That’s what the Happy Wheels Hospitality Carts are all about.
Designed to serve families who wait for hours without leaving the hospital or their child’s bedside, the Happy Wheels Hospitality Carts provide a bit of comfort as they travel the hallways of Saint Alphonsus and St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital, bringing parents a hot beverage and snack while keeping the little ones entertained with books, fun activities, and toys. Run by volunteers at each hospital, you’ll see the carts in action on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
You can help keep the Happy Wheels Carts available for families at the hospitals by becoming a cart sponsor or providing items to keep the carts stocked.
Complete your sponsorship information online.
Sponsorships are $1,200 per quarter per cart and you may select the cart and quarter you wish to sponsor. Groups, families, businesses or individuals can be a Happy Wheels sponsor. Your name/organization will be displayed on the cart, listed on the Happy Wheels page on our website, and mentioned through our social media platforms. You will also have the opportunity to provide a sponsor identified item for the cart such as lip balm, hand sanitizer, tissues, water bottles, or other appropriate items.
Questions? Contact Ellie via email or (208) 336-5478
Happy Wheels Wish List
|Snacks||Toys & Activities|
|Breakfast Bars||Puzzle Books|
|Granola Bars||Playing Cards|
|Protein Bars||Coloring Books Adult|
|Crackers/cheese||Coloring Books Kids|
|Fruit Snacks||Children’s Books|
|Applesauce||Small Plush Animals|
Happy Wheels Carts 1 Year Anniversary!
2019 1st Quarter Sponsor
Thank you to our 2019 1st quarter sponsor, Connie Weaver! Connie is sponsoring the Happy Wheels Hospitality Cart in St. Luke’s in memory of her mother, Elizabeth M. Weaver, who volunteered at St. Luke’s for over 30 years.