Red Shoe Society and Advisory Councils
The Red Shoe Society
The Red Shoe Society Chicago (RSSC) is a group of motivated young professionals who support RMHC-CNI through fundraising, advocacy, and service. RSSC members lend their time, talents, and creativity in a variety of ways. Members get involved in a variety of activities including providing meals to families, hosting fundraising/family events, and organizing supply drives.
- Exclusive volunteer opportunities at our Ronald McDonald Houses
- Early opportunity to volunteer at our events
- Networking opportunities with other young professionals in Chicago
- Discounted tickets to select events
- Professional and leadership opportunities
- The amazing feeling of knowing that you are making a difference every day for so many families!
To learn more about our Red Shoe Society and how you can get involved contact:
Ben Morgridge, Director of Corporate Giving & Event Sponsorship
Teen Advisory Councils
Our House Teen Advisory Council (TAC) is an opportunity for promising, service oriented students to learn about philanthropy and non-profit management. TAC members act as ambassadors to raise awareness and interest in RMHC-CNI throughout their school communities.
Each of our five Ronald McDonald Houses and the Ronald McDonald House Family Room at Edward Hospital have the TAC program.
To join the TAC, you must be over 16 years old, a Junior or Senior in high school, and have consent from a parent or guardian.
TAC participants are expected to attend monthly meetings. They will also attend and help with fundraising events at the House.
To learn more about our Teen Advisory Council sand how you can get involved contact:
Lisa Mitchell, Vice President Programs and Services
email@example.com or 312.520.4358
Our RMHC-CNI ambassadors fill an important role in the community by leveraging their network and telling the story of what we do to help families each and every day.
Click here for our list of Community Ambassadors.