Volunteers are an integral part of RMHC Manitoba's two core programs: Ronald McDonald House and Ronald McDonald Family Room. Whether you are welcoming families at the front desk, baking cookies, or ensuring families have a freshly made bed, your generosity and commitment has a direct impact on RMHC Manitoba families.

Currently, we are looking for volunteers with a passion for our mission to fill volunteer spots at RMHC Manitoba's House or Family Room to help with a variety of tasks:

  • Welcoming guests
  • Giving House tours to volunteer groups
  • Preparing guest rooms
  • Baking
  • Light cleaning and organizing common spaces
  • Yard and garden care
  • And much more...

In addition, RMHC Manitoba is looking for Shuttle Van Volunteers, who will support our van shuttle service by completing a two hour shift shuttling families to and from HSC Children's Hospital. If this is of interest to you, please email anna@rmhmanitoba.org

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Applicants must be 18 years of age, fully Covid-19 immunized, and asked to commit to bi-weekly shift, for a minimum of six months. Volunteers are offered positions conditional upon the production of a satisfactory Police Information Check with Vulnerable Sector within the last six months and Child Abuse Registry Check search. For Winnipeg residents, to obtain a Police Information Check with Vulnerable Sector, please go to the Winnipeg Police Service ePIC website. For individuals living outside Winnipeg, please apply at your nearest RCMP Detachment.

To apply for a volunteer position within RMHC Manitoba, please complete our online application. Once your application has been reviewed and you are considered a potential candidate, the Volunteer & Programming Manager will contact you to set up an interview.

Group Volunteers Opportunities

Click here to learn how you can volunteer for our Home for Dinner program. Group size maximum is 6 volunteers.

For any questions or more information on volunteering with RMHC Manitoba contact Volunteer & Programming Manager, Anna Nosol at anna@rmhmanitoba.org.

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.