Become a Workplace House Hero

#PayItForward and support sick kids and families into the future

Be part of something special! Help support sick kids and families now and in the future. Your regular donation will make such a big difference in giving families struggling with extraordinary circumstances, far from home, somewhere they can share everyday family moments and live like a normal family.

Demand for our services has never been greater. By becoming a Workplace House Hero, you will be doing the ultimate ‘Paying it Forward’ and keep families close when they are facing the most difficult time of their lives now and in the future.

What is Workplace Giving?

Workplace Giving is a simple, efficient and convenient way you can donate to Ronald McDonald House Charities Sydney, direct from your pre-tax salary. Ask your Payroll Officer or Workplace Giving Champion if you have an existing program. If not, no problems, just fill in the form and leave it with us and we will organize it with your organisation.

If your organisation is on Good2Give or Good Company, you can arrange your payment directly through the platform or through with your Payroll officer.

You can also contact us, if you have any questions.

Benefits of Workplace Giving

  • It’s all organised by your payroll so there’s no upkeep or administration on your behalf.
  • It eliminates the need to collect receipts and wait until the end of the year to claim tax back.
  • Regular Giving makes it easier to plan so we can achieve more wins with your gift.
  • Your donation is pre-tax so it will actually cost you less.
  • You will be making a difference by supporting sick kids and their families now and into the future.

Become a Workplace House Hero NOW

Becoming a Workplace House Hero is easy. All you need to do is fill in the form below and we can liaise with your payroll officer and set it all up.


Employee Application Form

Your Impact

If 5 people give just $10 each a month, Ronald McDonald House can provide 29 dinners for families, when preparing food is the last thing on their mind.

If 10 people give $20 each a month, Ronald McDonald House can help a child with serious illness catch up on missed education in the Learning Program.

If 50 people give $40 each a month, Ronald McDonald House can provide 75 nights of accommodation to help families stay close together when their child is in hospital.

Small gifts have a big impact.

Carlos' story...

Carlo Moore looks like your average 10-year old, but as the old saying goes, never judge a book by its cover.  Beneath the surface of this charismatic and happy adolescent lies a complex and life-changing health issue that has impacted not just Carlo’s day-to-day, but that of his parents and sister Grace.  What started out as severe reflux disease at five-years old has become something much more complicated: gastroparesis.  This condition means his stomach doesn’t empty and he requires tube feeding overnight.

While there is no cure for Carlo’s condition, he and his family live in hope that one day soon, things will change, allowing him to lead a life similar to that of his friends, away from hospitals, surgery and as he puts it, “away from his tubes”. 

Travelling interstate is not without its challenges and implications on work, the family dog and the new chicken coop, but for the Moore family they know that during each visit, they have a ‘home away from home’ and a support system to help them take one day at a time. 

As the family looks towards a healthy future for Carlo, they are also resolute in their commitment to raise awareness for Ronald McDonald House Charities Sydney as being a vital part of their journey: “All of the hospital visits and uncertainty takes a toll on the entire family, so knowing we have a place to stay, relax and feel supported is difficult to put into words – we are just so grateful to have this second home and second family”.    

A testament to the resilience of children, Carlo hasn’t let his condition and limitations slow him down.  He runs, he plays and when the Sydney Swans need a junior mascot, he’s always ready!