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Ronald McDonald reads a story to smiling grade school students.

Keeping families close

Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC), the charity of choice of McDonald’s Philippines, is a global organization on a mission to make a difference in the lives of Filipino children through programs that support their need for shelter, education, and happiness. Since the local chapter in the Philippines began its operation in 1995, RMHC has raised over 208 million pesos and has helped over 11.8 million children all over the country.

RMHC currently has two flagship programs which focus on different but equally essential aspects of a child’s development: Ronald McDonald Read to Learn, a beginning reading program for grades 1 and 2 pupils, and Ronald McDonald Bahay Bulilit, which strives to build day care centers in areas where they are most needed.

RMHC has also helped disaster-affected families during natural calamities through its Ronald McDonald Bigay Tulong Program.  Aside from giving food and drinks, McDonald’s activates its stores as drop off centers for in-kind donations during disaster relief operations.

The organization regularly holds fundraising events such as golf tournaments, and celebrates the annual McHappy Day through the Stripes Run, in order to raise awareness and support for children-related causes.

With your support, RMHC will be able to brighten the future of more children as it expands its programs to more areas in the Philippines. 

 

Ronald McDonald Bahay Bulilit

The red and white Bahay Bulilit houses are daycare centers for children of low-income families.

Children two to five years old can jumpstart their reading journey in a safe and learning-conducive environment through Ronald McDonald Bahay Bulilit. In partnership with the Department of Social Welfare and Development and local government units, RMHC builds learning centers in communities where they are most needed.

 

Ronald McDonald Read to Learn

McDonald’s Philippines President and CEO, Mr. Kenneth S. Yang, and Ronald McDonald read a storybook as children listen intently.

Ronald McDonald Read to Learn is a beginning reading program in partnership with the Department of Education (DepEd). It provides reading materials to grade 1 and 2 multigrade school pupils and conducts training for educators on teaching beginning reading.

     

 

 

Ronald McDonald Bigay Tulong

Ronald McDonald Bigay Tulong volunteers are pictured at a relief operation.

Ronald McDonald Bigay Tulong program helps thousands of disaster-affected families by providing immediate assistance. Launched in 2007, RMHC uses McDonald’s restaurants nationwide as a venue where Filipinos can conveniently drop off their in-kind donations. All donations collected are turned over to partner organizations such as the Philippine National Red Cross and DSWD.

 

Make A Difference

Ronald McDonald poses with artwork that reads, “Maraming Salamat Po!”

At Ronald McDonald House Charities, every centavo counts and can help light a child’s path to a better future.

 

 

Make A Donation

McDonald’s Philippines President and CEO, Mr. Kenneth S. Yang, paints a Bahay Bulilit wall with a volunteer and Ronald McDonald.

RMHC accepts cash and check donations (made payable to Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Philippines, Inc.). RMHC’s bank details can be accessed here.  For proper acknowledgement, donors can email the bank transaction slip with their name, address, and contact details to rmhc@ph.mcd.com.

 

Get involved in RMHC today

Teacher engages with students from the Read to Learn program.

If you have any questions regarding Ronald McDonald House Charities or would like to participate in its programs and activities, send us a message.

Email: rmhc@ph.mcd.com
Tel. Number: 888-8500 loc. 9300
 



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