School Update - July 2013
Fairy Tales and Medieval Times
RMH Toronto School Update - April 2013
This month RMH Toronto School welcomed Leah, a student teacher from the Queen’s University concurrent Education program. Leah worked one-on-one with students of all ages in science, math, language, and the arts. She also led our K-grade 3 Language unit on Non-Fiction.
School Update - March 2013
First Nations and European Explorers
Ronald McDonald House Toronto and SickKids partner on a historic first for a Toronto hospital
Toronto (November 12, 2013) – An agreement has been reached between Ronald McDonald House Toronto and The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) to open the first Ronald McDonald House Toronto Family Room inside the world-renowned paediatric hospital in downtown Toronto.
The largest of its kind in Ontario, the Ronald McDonald House Toronto Family Room at SickKids will provide parents and family members of children who are seriously ill with a medical-free space to rest, relax and recharge inside the hospital, while being mere steps from their child’s bedside.
Bradford McDonald’s raises $1M for cause
Bradford West Gwillimbury
November 7, 2013
By Dominik Kurek
Bradford’s McDonald’s supports families of ill children by helping make sure families have somewhere to stay when their young ones are in a Toronto hospital.
The Bradford location was one of 16 northern Ontario McDonald’s locations that raised $1 million for Ronald McDonald House Toronto’s recently-built facility on McCaul Street in downtown Toronto.
The new facility is larger than the previous Ronald McDonald House in Toronto.
North gives $1 million to Ronald McDonald House
TIMMINS - All 16 McDonald’s franchisees and company restaurants located in the North have raised $1 million for Ronald McDonald House larger, recently-built facility located on McCaul Street in downtown Toronto.
“We are deeply moved by this phenomenal donation from Northern Ontario McDonald’s restaurants,” says Jane Marco, CEO of Ronald McDonald House Toronto. “A large percentage of families who stay at the House come from cities and small towns in this part of the province.
How the School helps
"For my son, attending the Ronald McDonald House Toronto School instilled in him the belief that, no matter what health issues there were, he could go on with his life." Parent of a Grade 10 studentLearn More