RED & WHITE STRIPE SOCKS AVAILABLE!
Sport our pal Ronald’s famous striped socks and show your support of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Carolinas. Get your socks today for a Share-A-Night program donation of only $8 per pair. Our Share-A-Night program helps to offset the operational cost to accommodate families who stay at our House. For many families, even an $8 a night donation is out of reach, but no family has ever been turned away because of an inability to pay. In fact, more than half the families we serve are unable to make a donation.
Your donation will help ensure all families continue to find a home away from home at the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Carolinas when they face the challenge of caring for an ill or injured child.
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NOTE: Socks will not be shipped, but can be picked up at the House. Contact Samantha Bauer at 864.272.0197 for more information.
Sky Zone’s 1st Anniversary Celebration
The Ronald McDonald House of the Carolinas helped celebrate Sky Zone’s first anniversary this past Sunday. Sky Zone, located on Laurens Rd. in Greenville, promotes a fun and healthy atmosphere for all ages—and its first birthday was no exception. From 1-5 PM, Sky Zone offered birthday cake, along with prizes and giveaways for several lucky jumpers, at the top of each hour. A portion of each ticket sold during this time was donated to RMHCC. RMHCC added some fun of our own, handing out “smiles” and red clown noses for jumpers. Although Ronald himself wasn’t there, his giant clown shoes were, adding some extra fun for the jumpers as they tried them on.
Sky Zone and RMHCC celebrated a great year and a great cause! Thanks to all who came out to support RMHCC and Sky Zone.
Alpha Delta Pi Run for Ronald
The Alpha Delta Pi’s of Furman University and of Clemson University showed their love and support for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Carolinas with their second annual Pi Run for Ronald this past Sunday. The ADPi’s took advantage of a beautiful Sunday afternoon to benefit RMHCC, their charity of choice, with a 3.14 mile “Pi” 5k on Furman’s campus. Food, raffle tickets, and even free t-shirts for the first 120 registered runners were given away, and all donations went to RMHCC. While some sorority sisters showed their support by running in the “Pi” run, others dressed up as their favorite clown, Ronald McDonald. Thank you for all your love and support, ADPi!