Ronald McDonald House of Charlottesville

300 9th St SW, Charlottesville, VA 22903, USA
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Our mission The Ronald McDonald House of Charlottesville exists to serve and sustain families when serious illness or injury strikes the most cherished part of their lives, their children.

Ronald McDonald House of Charlottesville

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COVID-19 Volunteer Options

The effects of COVID-19 have brought some unique changes to our volunteer program this year. For the safety of our guests and volunteers, many of our in-House volunteer programs (such as in-House cleaning, cooking or decorating) have been temporarily suspended. We hope to re-open these program soon, but in the mean time we still have… See full description
  • Children (5-12), 12-15, 16-18, Adults (18+), 55+, Child with Adult
  • One-time, Ongoing, Recurring
  • None
  • Individuals, Families, Corporate Teams
  • Virtual, In-person, Collect Donations, Maintenance, Food Distribution, Food Packing, Delivery, Project-based
Items we need now

Immediate Needs

IMMEDIATE NEEDS :
  • Gatorade, Sunny D, etc (individual juice/drink options)
  • Bona Concentrate
  • disposable masks
  • Steramine Tablets
  • disposable gloves
  • Commercial Sprayer Bottles
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Duct Tape
  • LED 60 Watt Daylight Light Bulbs
  • mid-range single-room Air Purifiers
  • Table Fans (new, Example)
  • long handle duo dustpan and broom (commercial use)
  • extension cords
  • gift cards to Instacart (to order meals and food for the families)
  • gifts cards to Grubhub (to order meals for the families)
  • disposable coffee cups with lids
  • portable DVD players (for family use in bedrooms since common-area TV use is not an option)
You can also visit our Wish List on AMAZON (make sure you’re using Amazon Smile!) by clicking HERE
  • In-Kind Donations
  • Wishlist - Amazon, etc
Wish List
About us For countless families, the Ronald McDonald House in Charlottesville becomes the home they never thought they would need. Sitting on a quiet street, just blocks from the University of Virginia Medical Center, it offers families a refuge, a place where they can find comfort, as they face one of life’s most unimaginable challenges: caring for child who is seriously ill.
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