Home Sweet Home Baking Program

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The Home Sweet Home Baking Program is a wonderful way to help make our House and Family Room feel like home for families by ensuring that comforting treats are on hand for them to share together.

Get together with friends, family, or co-workers to prepare baked goodies for RMHC Manitoba families. We provide the kitchen and ingredient staples, while you provide the baking skills and any other ingredients you may need. Whether a one-time event or monthly, we invite you to come to Ronald McDonald House to share your baking skills and help support our meal programming.

Home Sweet Home Baking Program volunteers must adhere to the following:

  • Group size limit is a maximum of six (6) Home Sweet Home volunteers
  • Home Sweet Home volunteers must be 18 years of age or older (participants 13 years of age or older are permitted as a group member if accompanied and supervised by parent or caregiver at a maximum ratio of three (3) underage volunteer for everyone (1) adult)

  • All Home Sweet Home volunteers must be fully Covid-19 vaccinated

  • Must be in good health to attend and will undergo wellness check questions and sign a health declaration prior to their Home Sweet Home volunteering date

  • Aprons, hairnets, and gloves must be worn when handling food items

  • Each Home Sweet Home volunteer must review Food & Safety Handling Guidelines

Volunteer groups are booked for a 3-hour period (morning or afternoon), from Mondays to Sunday’s, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Please see our Home Sweet Home Baking Program 2024 calendar to view available dates.

If you would like to sign up, please download and fill out our Home Sweet Home Group Contact Form and send to info@rmhmanitoba.org. For questions or more information, please email info@rmhmanitoba.org or phone at 204-774-4777 (ext. 136).

RMHC Manitoba serves families on Treaty 1 and Treaty 5 lands, located on the traditional territories of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Ojibway, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation.