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Family Embellishment

Get Involved at the Ronald McDonald House of Central Indiana

Give your time, your talents, and a friendly face to families with sick children.

Prepare a Meal Today. Make a Difference that Lasts a Lifetime.

When families spend the day at the hospital with their sick child, the last thing they want to deal with is food. That’s where you come in. You’re invited to come visit us and prepare a hot, delicious dinner. The difference that makes can’t be measured.

Food is love. Let’s talk about how you and your group can show that love.

Get Cooking with Meals that Heal

Every House Has a Foundation. Ours is Our Volunteers.

Our long-term volunteers are a vital part of our mission. From making guests feel welcome and comfortable, to asking questions, to taking care of day-to-day needs, you play a vital part in helping families heal together. All volunteers are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Proof of vaccination status will be required at orientation.

Volunteers Are Needed In

  • Guest Services – Assist RMHCCIN staff with check-in/check-out and day-to-day House activities.
  • Culinary Crew – Assist the House chef in providing home-cooked meals for guest families.

Get Started as a Volunteer Volgistics Login for Volunteers

Your Contributions Help Support Our Mission

McDonald’s is a loyal and generous corporate donor – for which we are very grateful.

To sustain our mission, we need support from community members, sponsors, foundations, service organizations, schools, churches, and corporate partners of all kinds.

We depend on the entire central Indiana community and greatly value the wide range of support for our very important mission.

Become a Partner or Sponsor

Learn More About Volunteer Opportunities – Contact Mary Friend our Volunteer Resources Manager

Send Mary a Message

"Thank you so much for the kindness and hospitality you showed our family during a recent stay. It was such a relief to not have to worry about accommodations which allowed us to focus on our son's recovery"

The Cahillane Family
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