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Thank you for your interest in volunteering for an Odd Job Work Party at the Sacramento Ronald McDonald House! It is extremely important to us at RMHCNC that our guests feel comfortable here while enduring such a stressful time in their lives. We have community areas that we insist on keeping clean and tidy for them to give it a "home-away-from-home" feel. Volunteering your time here ensures that they will get just that, a safe, up kept and comfortable place they can call home for their time with us. Here are some important things you should keep in mind when volunteering for an Odd Job Work Party...
Maintenance Duties Include (But not limited to):
Volunteers will be doing physical work so please wear comfortable clothing that you don’t mind getting a little dirty and please wear closed toed shoes.
Forms: Please bring your signed Volunteer waiver and Emergency contact forms we have provided.
Minors: We ask that any minor volunteering is at least 14 years old, please have a parent or legal guardian sign the waiver. You will be unable to volunteer without this completed form.
2555 49th Street, Sacramento, CA 95817, US
Ronald McDonald House Charities Northern California is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting programs that improve the lives of children and their families by supporting the Sacramento Ronald McDonald House and Camp Ronald McDonald at Eagle Lake.
Ronald McDonald House Charities, a non-profit, 501 (c) (3), supports programs that directly improve the health and well being of children.
In 1998 the Sacramento Ronald McDonald House opened its doors providing a 'home away from home' for families who have children age 0-18 being treated in one of the five Sacramento-area hospitals; UC Davis Medical Center, Shriners Hospitals for Children, Mercy, Kaiser, and Sutter Medical Center. Since then, the 20-bedroom facility has provided affordable, temporary housing for approximately 13,000 families who have traveled from all across the United States as well as countries around the world in order to provide their child with the best medical treatment available.
Camp Ronald McDonald at Eagle Lake
Camp Ronald McDonald opened in 1992 under the umbrella of Eagle Lake Children's Charities. In 1997, Eagle Lake Children's Charity merged with the McDonald's cooperative of owner/operators in Northern California to form Ronald McDonald House Charities Northern California and became known as Camp Ronald McDonald at Eagle Lake. Built on the edge of Eagle Lake near Susanville, CA, Camp Ronald McDonald sits on 35 acres of land where approximately 1,000 campers with special needs are welcomed each summer. The mission of Camp Ronald McDonald at Eagle Lake is to provide confidence-building experiences and programs that are designed to encourage each camper's individuality through the challenges of outdoor group living and teamwork in a supportive environment. An array of programs are offered and adapted to meet the individual needs of each camper. The staff includes experienced and well trained specialists in the fields of drama, arts and crafts, outdoor education, nutrition education, sports and waterfront activities.
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Ronald McDonald House2555 49th StreetSacramento, CA 95817
September 29, 2017