Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) is a global organization and the Philippine Chapter's mission is to make a difference in the lives of Filipino children through programs that support their need for shelter, education and happiness. Since the beginning of our operation in 1995, we have raised over 215 million pesos and helped more than 13 million children all over the country.
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A Panoramic View
Follow the milestones of the Ronald McDonald House Charities Philippines.
RMHC Philippines was established
RMHC Philippines puts its vision to make a difference in the lives of Filipino children into actionPartnerships with Tuloy Foundation, The Leukemic Indigent Fund Endowment (LIFE), St. Luke’s Expanded Program of Immunization, Welcome Home Foundation, Resources for the Blind, Operations Smile and Interplast begin.
The first annual golf tournament raises funds for RMHC Programs.
Bright Minds Read, now called Ronald McDonald Read to Learn Launchedto educate young Filipinos through reading. The first ever Ronald McDonald Bahay Bulilit is built to provide young children a safe space to learn and play.
Ronald McDonald Read to Learn Program reaches over 2 million students.
Ronald McDonald Bigay Tulong is launchedto help Filipino families in times of disaster. McDonald's restaurants nationwide become donation drop-off points.
International Association of Business Communicators awards RMHC the Gold Quill award for Excellence for its Read to Learn program.
Ronald McDonald Bahay Bulilit builds its 10th home in Tanauan, Batangas.
The American Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines awards RMHCfor its Read to Learn program with the CSR Excellence Award for improving quality and access to education.
Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) awards RMHCwith PaNaTa Ko Sa Bayan Award for its implementation of social protection programs and providing humanitarian assistance.
The Office of the President awards RMHC the Pioneer Business Partner for Peace AwardFor its Read to Learn program.
Ronald McDonald Bigay Tulong Sets Up a Command Centerat the National Resource Operations Center (NROC) that serves as a central hub for repacking of goods for the Typhoon Yolanda victims.
Ronald McDonld Read to Learn program helps over 5,000 public schools.
Ronald McDonald Read to Learn Program reaches out to multi-grade schools, specifically grades 1 and 2.
Ronald McDonald Bahay Bulilit Builds its 20th home in Lemery, Batangas.
Ronald McDonald Bigay Tulong helps over 200,000 families.
Ronald McDonald Bahay Bulilit Conducts its first training for its day care center teachers.
The Philippine Franchise Association (PFA) and the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in cooperation with The Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) and the Philippine Retailers Association (PRA) Honor RMHCfor its Ronald McDonald Read to Learn Program for Best Corporate Social Responsibility Award.
Ronald McDonald Read to Learn Program Trains a Total of 9,814 Schools with over 27,046 Educators
Meet the visionaries and pioneers of change.
Margot TorresVice President
Roberto Joaquin RamosTreasurer
Rosa De GuzmanCorporate Secretary
Dr. Francis Xavier DimalantaMember
Lourdes Regina GoMember
Maria Victoria YoungMember
Meryl Adiel HernandezMember
Read to learn
A beginning reading program in partnership with the Department of Education (DepEd).
Bahay BulilitLearning Center
Children two to five years old can jumpstart their learning journey in a safe and conducive environment through
Ronald McDonald Bahay Bulilit Learning Center.
A program which helps thousands of disaster-affected families by providing immediate assistance.