Ronald McDonald House Charities

Children, Education, Health

Email addressrmhc@my.mcd.com; nasri.nordin@my.mcd.com
Websitermhc-malaysia.my
Phone number+603-7843 3388 (Ext. 3229 / 3111)
Fax number+603 7843 3393
Year of establishment1990
AddressLevel 6, Bangunan TH, Damansara Uptown 3 No. 3, Jalan SS21/39 47400 Petaling Jaya Selangor, Malaysia
Tax exempt charityYes - JHDN.01/35/42/51/179-6.3749
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History

Formerly known as the Ronald McDonald Children’s Charities Fund of Malaysia (RMCC), the Ronald McDonald House Charities Malaysia (RMHC Malaysia) was established in Malaysia in February 1990. Our main goal has always been to lend a helping hand to less fortunate children for a brighter future. Our main focus are in three areas : health, education and welfare.

The first Ronald McDonald House in the ASEAN region was established in 1999 and is located at the Pusat Perubatan Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (formerly known as Hospital Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia), this “home away from home” is to provide temporary accommodation to families who make the journey to Kuala Lumpur for various medical treatments for their children at the hospital.

In 1997, RMHC Malaysia started TUNAS WAWASAN. The program is designed to financially assist students with academic potential from low income families. First began in the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, this program has now expanded nationwide.

Our services

Every year, RMHC Malaysia organises various functions during festive seasons to enable children in welfare homes to be part of the festivities that other children may take for granted.

Various donations are also made throughout the year to help financial-distressed parents meet medical expenses for their children or to children whose families have experienced natural catastrophes.

RMHC Malaysia also manages the Gift of Smile that provides FREE corrective surgeries for children born with cleft lip and palate. The Gift of Smile is in partnership with Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur and McDonald’s Malaysia.

The Ronald McDonald Sensory Room is another project for children with special needs. RMHC Malaysia donates imported multi-sensory equipment to non-profit organisations that help special children.


 
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