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Our Individual, Guest Services Volunteers make our Houses feel like a “home-away-from-home.

Guest Services Volunteers maintain a set schedule of two-hour shifts weekly or biweekly. Guest Services volunteers must be at least 18-years-old and commit to at least six months of service, subject to our needs.

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Administrative Volunteer: Assist our volunteer management team with administrative tasks as needed.
  • Front Desk Volunteer: Be the “host or hostess” of our House. Greet guests and volunteers, answer phones, help with family check ins and give tours.
  • House Refresher Volunteer: Help keep our House clean and organized. Clean play areas, organize library, wipe down tables, re-stock items around the House, sanitize toys, etc.
  • Kitchen Queen or King: Help keep our kitchen spotless and welcoming for families and meal groups. Clean out refrigerators, empty dishwashers, re-stock kitchen supplies, etc.

Because of the unique nature of all our volunteer placements, our policy is to not accept any volunteer placements by any court-mandated referrals.

Meal Volunteers

Provide a well-balanced meal to warm the hearts and bellies of families when they return from a long day at the hospital.

This program is for groups with a maximum of 12 volunteers at our House near Egleston and up to 10 volunteers at our House near Scottish Rite. All volunteers must be at least 9 years old and accompanied by an adult chaperone if under 18 years old.

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Nightly Dinners: Prepare and serve a nutritious dinner at our House for the families as they return from the hospital. Program available from 4—7:30 p.m. seven days a week.
  • Breakfast & Brunch: The most important meal of the day is breakfast! Schedule a morning to prepare breakfast at one of our Houses. Program available seven days a week.
  • Bakers Club: Bake sweet treats for our families to enjoy. Program available at 10 a.m. or 2 p.m. Monday through Friday.
  • Casserole Club: Prepare nourishing casseroles to be stored in our freezers and served as needed. Program available at 10 a.m. or 2 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Activity Volunteers

Our goal is to provide families with a variety of age-appropriate opportunities for activities, entertainment, and education while staying at the House.

This program is available from 7 to 8 p.m. Monday – Thursday. Groups of up to five-eight volunteers, over 9 years old, are welcome. All volunteers 18 and under require a chaperone. 

Family activities may include:

  • Arts & crafts
  • Performance of music, dances, and/or plays
  • Manicure night
  • Flower arranging
  • Game night
  • Bingo night with prizes (we have a Bingo set)
  • Healthy living activities
  • Pop Tab Program: Individuals, schools, businesses and corporations can help raise funds by saving pop tabs from aluminum cans and recycling them for the proceeds to benefit our Houses. Learn More.
  • Wish List Drive: Collect items that are crucial to making our House a home. Download Wish List.
    For an accessible version of this document, contact our marketing team at marketing@armhc.org.

    • Holiday Wish List Drive: Collect items for us to share with our families during the Holiday Season. Download our Holiday Wish List.
  • Host a Fundraising Event: Host an event and donate the proceeds to benefit our Houses. Office jeans day, garage sale, lemonade stand, you name it! Learn More.
  • Hygiene Kits: Not sure what to do with extra hotel shampoos and soaps? Combine those items with toothpaste, a toothbrush, hand sanitizer, travel size deodorant, etc. and you have a complete hygiene kit for a family in need. Contact us about donating hygiene kits to our families.
  • Teen Council: This program is for high school students ages 15 to 18 interested in participating in a Teen Board that raises funds, volunteers and advocates for Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities. Teen Council Members serve from October to May. Click here for application.
  • VolunTEEN: This program is for high school students ages 15 to 18 looking for rewarding, hands-on volunteer work during their summer break. Click here for applications.

Questions?
Contact Kelsey McCullough.

Questions about volunteering at our House on Peachtree-Dunwoody Road
near Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite?
Contact our Volunteer Services Manager, Jessica Perez, at 470.426.8804.

Questions about volunteering at our House on Gatewood Road
near Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston?
Contact our Volunteer Services Manager,
Kelsey McCullough, at 678.704.8098.

Read our Volunteer Guidelines     |      Confidentiality Policy
For an accessible version of these documents, contact our marketing director.