Charity to update meals program
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 email@example.com.