Feeding the Families

Breakfast

We know breakfast is the most important meal of the day! This is especially true for families with sick children. Starting a long stressful day off right is important, which is why we offer a wholesome and nutritious breakfast six days a week.

Lunch

We understand that sometimes it is hard to leave your child in order to purchase meals. Our Food Programs Team is pleased to prepare and provide nutritious lunches to families at the JPCH Pediatric Emergency, Dube Youth unit and Alvin Buckwold Child Development centers on Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays to make this part of their day just a little easier.

Baking Snacks

Cinnamon, vanilla and baked apple smells are heartening and essential in creating a “homelike” environment in our kitchens.

At Ronald McDonald House, our cookie trays are always full and coffee is always on for a comforting snack or something to grab & go.

Community Pantry

Most families arrive at the House never expecting to have a sick child. With our stocked community pantry, no family goes hungry. Families are welcome to build their own lunch from the Community Pantry

Home For Dinner and Baking Groups

**We are excited to welcome Home for Dinner groups back to the House in April 2022!**

  • Provide gift cards for restaurants that we can provide dinners for families
  • Ask for a currently list of grocery/pantry items that are needed
  • Supply a catered meal for the families 

For more information please contact our our Food Programs Coordinator, Darlene Kruger 306-244-5700 ext 118 or foodprograms@rmh.sk.ca.

Home For Dinner

This program is a wonderful gift for our families, providing kindness and support during a very stressful time in their lives. Our Home for Dinner program is a volunteer opportunity for corporate groups, organizations, or even groups of friends, to come to Ronald McDonald House to prepare a home cooked meal for our families. At this time, group volunteers are limited to 6 members.

House Baking Program

At Ronald McDonald House, our cookie jars are always full and coffee is always on for a comforting snack or something to grab & go. This program allows outside groups to provide guest families with one of the most comforting smells of all- fresh baking

This volunteer opportunity is available for corporate groups, organizations, or even groups of friends, to come to Ronald McDonald House. Groups are asked to provide the baking supplies and recipes for the treats they plan on baking. At this time, group volunteers are limited to 6 members.

For more information about any of our food programs please contact our Food Programs Coordinator, Darlene Kruger 306-244-5700 ext 118 or foodprograms@rmh.sk.ca.