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Celebrating our families to raise money and awareness

Sometimes, fundraising becomes something more. Something bigger. Something that can raise both money and awareness. And sometimes, these things can be a little fun. But mostly, it’s about celebrating our families. Throughout the year, we’re happy to celebrate all the good that is being done with some very special news, events, and outings. Whether it’s our dedicated friends and families at Walk for Kids, our black tie supporters at our Red Shoe Rendezvous, or through hosting your own fundraising event, we have found ways to make doing good feel even better.

  • Join us on June 11, 2022 Walk for Kids is a fun, family-friendly event that raises funds and awareness for families served by RMHC-OKC through teams of walkers. RMHC-OKC provides......

  • Join host Dave Cathey, the Food Dude, a charcuterie extraordinaire and a mixologist as we create a charcuterie board and a signature drink. Capacity is limited, sign up now! To......

  • This event has been postponed- please check back at a later date for the revised schedule. Join us on March 27 at Chicken N Pickle for Perfectly Pickled, our first......

  • Mason was born with multiple heart defects, and a tethered spinal cord. At only seven years old this would not be his first surgery. “We were so lucky to have......

  • Ronald McDonald House Charities Oklahoma City (RMHC-OKC) announces the election of three new officers to its board of directors. The newly elected members are Steven Propester now serving as chair,......

  • The Women for Jesus group from Yukon, Oklahoma was first introduced to the Ronald McDonald House Guest Chef Volunteer Program by another volunteer guest chef.  After serving just one meal,......

  • As a full time student at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center College of Nursing and nurse’s assistant at INTEGRIS Baptist hospital Department of Pediatrics, Karlee Lathan of Oklahoma......

  • Zendaya’s family is from Lexington, Oklahoma.  She was born premature on September 18, 2018, at 35 weeks due to preeclampsia, a condition which affects blood flow to the baby. Once......

  • Jacob Hasbell believes we need to focus on education, and reading is a way to encourage learning.  So on August 28, 2018, Jacob began collecting books for local pediatric clinics......