A charity partnership with RMHC New Zealand will help your company make a lasting difference to the lives of the thousands of families that stay at our Houses each year.
Ray White CEO Carey Smith and his son Chase collect for the 2015 National Appeal Day
Diprose family from Matamata
The team from 2 degrees take on the Cycle Challenge for Ronald McDonald House Charities
A charity partnership with RMHC® New Zealand will help your company make a lasting difference to the lives of the thousands of families who need our services each year. With your support our Houses can alleviate some of the practical, financial and emotional burdens our families face, so they can focus on their child staying in a hospital away from home. Thank you for your interest in being part of our extended family – these are some of the ways you can join us:
Your generous contribution will help us to maintain our ‘homes-away-from-home’.
If you are interested in becoming a partner we would love to hear from you.
- Staff Engagement
Engage your staff by volunteering at our House or participating in a fundraising event.
To discuss corporate support opportunities please contact:
Leah Raviharan or call 09 365 8328.
We pride ourselves on being able to offer businesses a unique opportunity to play an active part in taking care of families in New Zealand. To this end, our Partnerships focus on a range of fundraising activities – broader than a traditional sponsorship – to offer staff and other stakeholders the opportunity to be directly involved in the delivery of our vital community service.
Our corporate partners make a big difference to the lives of the families we care for. Their efforts help to raise awareness and generate funding for our vital work.
RMHC New Zealand National Partners:
RMHC New Zealand prides itself on having one of the most extensive staff engagement programs in the country – made possible by our most tangible assets – our Houses. Your staff can experience our Houses and see first-hand the impact of their investment through a variety of staff engagement opportunities, including:
- Team Building Challenge
- Cooking for families
- Working Bees
- Food & Gift drives
- Challenge Events
- Supper Club Gala Dinners
- The Red Shoe Ball
- Workplace Fundraising
- Payroll Giving
For more information please contact Leah Raviharan or call 09 365 8328.
Team Building Challenge
Looking for a unique way to motivate, inspire and improve communication within your teams, across departments and with your clients? Our Ronald McDonald House in Auckland and MasterChef NZ finalist Vanessa Baxter present a team building experience like no other!
Through a chosen group cooking challenge, your teams will learn the value of team work, positive communication and problem solving, as well as having the additional benefit of individual self-development.
So not only will your team leave with an increased understanding of team dynamics working as a collection of effective individuals – they will have also directly contributed to the daily operations of our House and had the opportunity to share their delicious creations with families; helping ease the load at what is an incredibly difficult time.
To find out more about Team Building at RMHC New Zealand or to make a booking please contact Leah Raviharan or call 09 365 8328.
Hire Our Community Room
Book yourself a first class board room facility for all your meeting requirements – all whilst supporting RMHC New Zealand and the thousands of families who call our House home.
Conveniently located near the Wellington CBD, Airport, and Hospital our impressive Ronald McDonald House Community Room is available for hire to local corporate and community groups.
Generously sponsored by ASB, the Community Room offers the capacity to seat up to 24 comfortably and comes fully equipped with all the fixtures needed to guarantee a first class professional venue for your group’s next meeting.
By utilising our impressive Community Room you can also directly see that your support is benefiting families all across the country.
To make a booking please contact Nikki Thompson or call 04 830 2902.