Anyone Can Host a Community Fundraising Event
It's a wonderful way to help families with seriously-ill children. Community Events Calendar
You can raise money for the Ronald McDonald House in your own community
Get your co-workers together or rally your friends and family to help sick kids. Energetic groups from across the upper Midwest – including former families, work groups, sports teams and students – support us by hosting fundraisers on our behalf. From 5K runs to fishing tournaments to car shows, these events put the fun in fundraising.
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One-time volunteer opportunities
Many of our community events have one-time volunteer opportunities, which are a fun and exciting way to help support our mission. The Hot Chocolate Run, RBC Race for Kids and the Minnesota Wild are a few examples. Email JordanEmail for more info
Interested in hosting a Community Fundraising Event?
Jordan Marie Quayle
Director of Community Fundraisers
Interested in organizing your own fundraiser?
Planning and hosting a fundraiser allows you to do something you enjoy while simultaneously making a positive impact on families.
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Calendar: Community Fundraising Events
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Souper Bowl of Caring
Gourmet soup sales fundraiser
Buy a quart of soup crafted by Le Cordon Bleu chefs and proceeds will be donated to us. Chicken Wild Rice, Loaded Baked Potato and Vegetarian Tomato Basil. Pick up February 15 at our office or Le Cordon Bleu in Mendota Heights. Delivery available in Twin Cities.ORDER
Networking, cocktails and food
Monday, March 13
6 – 9pm
Fulton Brewery, Minneapolis
Welcome spring with a soiree at Fulton Brewery Tap Room. Featuring Fulton beers, paired heavy appetizers from Chowgirls Catering, a silent auction, and music by Jackson and the Roosters. $40 ticket provides admission, appetizers and two Fulton beers. (Ages 21+)Tickets
Round Up for Good
Round up at concession stands to benefit RMHC–UM
Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul
At every Minnesota Wild home game, guests are encouraged to round up their concession stand purchases to the nearest whole dollar, or simply make a cash donation to benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities, Upper Midwest.
Split the Pot Raffle
50/50 Raffle benefits RMHC–UM
Tuesday, March 21 / Thursday, March 23
Excel Energy Center, St. Paul
Minnesota Wild Split the Pot Raffle benefitting Ronald McDonald House Charities, Upper Midwest. Tuesday, March 21 (San Jose Sharks) and Thursday, March 23 (Philadelphia Flyers). Volunteer to help – email Catherine.
Shamrock Chocolate Madness
Enjoy tasty treats and support the House
March 11 – 17
Participating McDonald's restaurants in the region
McDonald’s donates 25¢ for every product purchased.
Bids for Kids
MyTalk 107.1 On-air auction to support RMHC–UM
Thursday, March 23
6am – 6pm
MyTalk 107.1’s annual Bids for Kids benefits Ronald McDonald House Charities, Upper Midwest. Tune in to this all-day, on-air auction to bid on unique packages and experiences or check out one of the limited BUY IT NOW deals. You can also make a direct donation.More info
Hot Chocolate 15K/5K
The sweetest race around raises funds for the House
Saturday, April 15
5k - 8:10am
15k - 8:50am
Boom Island Park, Minneapolis
Enjoy a beautiful run through the city’s most scenic spots. Then, celebrate your victory with fellow chocolatiers at our post-race party. To volunteer email Catherine.Register
Russ Schneiderman Memorial Golf Tournament
A tradition of support
Thursday, June 29
Oak Marsh Golf Course, Oakdale, MN, Minneapolis
A local tradition. More information to come.