Char­ity to up­date meals pro­gram

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Western Opinion -

RON­ALD McDon­ald House (RMH) will up­date its com­mu­nity Make-A-Meal pro­gram when the char­ity moves from Su­bi­aco to its new $27 mil­lion house in Ned­lands next month.

The new house will in­crease ca­pac­ity from 18 to 47 rooms, al­low­ing RMH to ac­com­mo­date up to 220 peo­ple ev­ery night.

A RMH Perth spokes­woman said the vol­un­teer group ca­ter­ing pro­gram would be im­proved and now called Home for Din­ner.

“The changes keep ev­ery­thing you love about Make-A-Meal and in­tro­duce the sup­port nec­es­sary to work in a com­mer­cial kitchen cook­ing for large num­bers of guests,” she said. “We hope the Home for Din­ner pro­gram will pro­vide a unique and in­spir­ing team bond­ing ex­pe­ri­ence whilst pro­vid­ing a won­der­ful evening meal and en­ter­tain­ment for the fam­i­lies we sup­port.”

RMH would also in­tro­duce a new pro­gram, The Big Break­fast, for vol­un­teer groups to “take over” the com­mer­cial kitchen and cook break­fast for res­i­dents on the week­end.

For more in­for­ma­tion, call RMH vol­un­teer co-or­di­na­tor Laura on 9346 9000 or email

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