RMHC Global Giving Collective

The RMHC Global Giving Collective (RGGC) unifies McDonald's suppliers in support of RMHC. Through the RGGC, we harness and elevate the collective impact of the McDonald’s U.S. and Global Supplier community to help ill and injured children and their families feel at home even when they can’t be.

Working as a community, McDonald’s suppliers can help to provide vital resources and compassionate care helping to ensure that all children have access to high quality healthcare. Together, we can make it possible for local RMHC Chapters around the world to serve even more families.

What does RGGC stand for?

  • Revitalizing our communities by leveraging the power of the McDonald’s supplier system

  • Grounded in the common cause of keeping families together

  • Generating good will among employees, leadership and the communities where we work.

  • Consistently supporting access to healthcare in sustainable and impactful ways.



Program Overview

The RMHC Global Giving Collective is a new initiative focused on elevating the collective impact of the McDonald’s Supplier community. The program includes funding opportunities, exclusive networking, and a wide range of recognition. This program will be anchored by the following elements:

  • The RMHC Collective Impact Dinner Reception on September 5th.

  • RMHC Supplier Appreciation week, September 18-24. During this week, RMHC will be highlighting supplier impact stories on social media.

  • RMHC “Breakfast Club” on November 4th, an exclusive breakfast and panel discussion with RMHC and McDonald’s Leadership.

  • Paint with Purpose—Through this employee engagement activity, Suppliers will be invited to help us paint parts of the RMHC story.

  • A new Impact Fund that will allow suppliers to work collectively to support new programs and initiatives at local Chapters.

While we don't administer medical care, we keep millions of children and families close to the critical care they need - and to each other. With your support, local RMHC Chapters can continue to provide essential care like places of respite for parents, space for children to be children, and communities of support for all family members dealing with a child's medical crisis.

Whether you are a McDonald’s Supplier with an initiative in mind or are interested in learning more, contact Wande Olude at Olawande.olude@us.mcd.com for more information.