How to Help
There are so many opportunities to help the families staying in the Ronald McDonald House.
Our volunteer program is available to adults over the age of 21 who would like to spend three hours every other week in the House assisting guests. Volunteers greet guests, conduct check-in and check-out, answer phones, do basic data entry and office tasks as well as light housekeeping. Volunteers are asked to work a three hour shift every other week.
Sun-Sat 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Sun-Sat 12 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Sun-Sat 3 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Mon-Fri 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please complete the volunteer application and call Volunteer Coordinator, Leslie Blakley at 260-266-3598 with questions.
The Ronald McDonald House provides an assortment of light, portable food for our guests. Pantry Partners fill our food needs for a month. Our Pantry Partners will be acknowledged in the House and in our newsletter and annual report for their donation.
Wish List Donations
View a wish list of items that are frequently used in the Ronald McDonald House for the families during their stay. Please notice that all food items and most toiletries are individually packaged.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northeast Indiana at Parkview accepts donations via our online donation form. Donations made online stay local.
To make a monetary donation, please mail your charitable gift to the following address or call Lisa Pacula at 260-266-3591. Click to read our gift acceptance policy.
Ronald McDonald House at Parkview Regional Medical Center
11109 Parkview Plaza Drive
Fort Wayne, IN 46845 260-266-3590
If your group or company would like to hold a Ronald McDonald House Charity Fundraiser, please download this application and return it to Lisa Pacula, email@example.com, for official RMHC approval.
The Ronald McDonald House at Parkview has several committees that you can join to help with projects. Please inquire if you have skills or interests you would like to share.
Pop Tab Collection Program
Many Ronald McDonald Houses in the U.S. work with local recycling centers to raise money by collecting tabs from aluminum cans. You can start a collection at your workplace, school, community center or church.
Call us for pop tab collection centers, or drop them off at your local McDonald's restaurant.