On July 12, the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Carolinas kicked off their third Wear Your Stripes #forRMHCC campaign. The week-long campaign uses the iconic Ronald McDonald striped socks + select community members to raise money for RMHCC families.
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Today is the day! We are officially kicking-off our 3rd annual Wear Your Stripes #forRMHCC campaign! ✦ What: This is a week-long, peer -to-peer fundraising campaign that uses the iconic Ronald McDonald stripe socks to share our mission of keeping families together in the Upstate. ✦ Who: 18 ambassadors (individuals, teams, and companies) will wear the stripe socks for 6 consecutive days from July 12th to July 17th to raise funds and awareness for RMHCC families. ✦ Why: Our goal is to raise $30,000 for our COVID-19 relief fund to ensure families are together when their child faces a medical crisis. ✦ What You Can Do: Donate and spread the word! Visit our fundraising page to see why our ambassadors are wearing #StripesforRMHCC 🔗 in Bio
Their goal this year is $30,000.
How does it work?
You make a gift towards a specific ambassador.
Who are the ambassadors? Here are the 2020 Stripes Ambassadors:
- Lacey Hennessey
- Jeremiah Dew (JDew)
- Sherry Jenkins
- Chris Manley
- Jackie Stoffelen
- Team Cammy & Sammy, Zen Greenville (Samantha Bauer and Cameron King)
- NJ Highrisers (Jackie Hagood and Nikki Williams)
- Miss America Organization (Ayanna Marshall and Kaley Bridgeman)
- Kathy & Brian Hobgood
- Mary & Brandon Jankowy
- Ballentine Capital Advisors
- Century 21 Blackwell Happy Meal Gang (Century 21)
- Hospitality America, Inc.
- Easley’s Fundraisings Minions (McDonald’s of Easley)
- McFabulous (McDonald’s of Pickens)
- Powdersville Hamburglars (McDonald’s of Powdersville)
Out of that $30,000 goal (and as of 5 p.m. yesterday), they’ve already raised $18,654.39. If you’re interested in donating, the campaign ends this Friday, July 17.
Click the link here to make a gift to a specific ambassador (we’d also recommend checking out their individual ambassador pages to read their different stories) or to make a donation to the overall campaign. To read more about Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Carolinas + their mission, click here.