Participate in a Third Party Event
RMHC of Nashville is honored to be the beneficiary of community events organized by individuals, civic groups, schools and businesses. These fundraisers help us care for families while they focus on their seriously ill or injured children. If you decide to host a fundraiser on our behalf, we are happy to help you in any way possible – from providing literature on our House and Family Room to assisting with the use of our logo.
The possibilities are endless: bake sales; dress down day at work; car wash; golf or other sport outing; or come up with your own unique idea! Together we can work toward a successful and rewarding experience for everyone involved. Interested? Click here to learn more!
Upcoming Third Party Events
Jordan Hackett Foundation’s 16th Annual Race for Jordan
When: May 4th, 2019 – Registration begins at 6:30am (rain or shine)
Where: Cordell Hull Dam, Carthage, TN
Why: Jordan Cage Hackett was born June 7, 2002 with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome. He passed away on October 14th, 2002 following his second open-heart surgery. The Jordan Hackett Foundation holds an annual 5K run/walk each spring to raise money for Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital and the Nashville Ronald McDonald House. $22,000 was donated to RMHC of Nashville in 2018!
How: Visit www.jordanhackettfoundation.org for information.
Annual Third Party Events
What: Easton Goad Foundation 5K
Where: Red Boiling Springs, TN
Why: Established in memory of Easton Jedediah Goad, the EGF seeks to assist families of children with life threatening illnesses as well as VCH and RMHC of Nashville.
How: Access information about this race at https://www.facebook.com/eastongoadfoundation/
Associated General Contractor’s BBQ in Red Shoes
Where: Nissan Stadium- Nashville, TN
Why: The annual BBQ in Red Shoes is a charity BBQ Cook Off supporting Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville. Since 2010, this event has raised over $40,000!
How: Access additional information and register at http://www.tnagc.org/middletn/bbqinredshoes/
Dash for Derek Golf Tournament
Where: Heatherhurst Brae Course- Crossville, TN
Why: Dash for Derek is a non-profit organization in which all proceeds support Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville.
How: Complete the Golf Tournament Entry Form
Dash for Derek 5k Fun Run/Walk
Where: Cumberland County Community Complex- Crossville, TN
Why: Dash for Derek is a non-profit organization in which all proceeds will be directly funded to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville.
How: Access additional information at https://www.facebook.com/dashforderek5k
Music City Classic & Music Night
Music Night & Golf Tournament
Where: Honky Tonk Central & Hermitage Golf Course
Why: The corporate charity for Southwest Airlines is the Ronald McDonald House. Help the Nashville Station of Southwest Airlines raise money for RMHC of Nashville by participating! This group has raised an average of $10,000 per year and are excited for another event filled with just PLANE fun!
How: Visit https://birdeasepro.com/musiccityclassic
Miss Olivia Grace’s Memorial Benefit Ride
Where: First Baptist Church (2501 US-70, Dickson, TN 37055) to Harley Davidson of Columbia
Why: Help carry on Miss Olivia Grace’s Memory by coming out and joining in on the ride. All proceeds will be donated to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville & Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital PCICU Unit in Olivia Grace’s Memory.
How: Visit the event page on Facebook called “Miss Olivia Grace’s Memorial Benefit Ride” or by phone (615) 268-9137.
Middle TN Big Rigs for Little Kids
Where: Hermitage Golf Course- Hermitage, TN
Why: Since the program’s inception in 1989, the Tennessee Big Rigs for Little Kids Golf Classics have become a rousing success. The event has grown in size and scope as more than 1.8 million dollars has been raised for children’s charities (including RMHC of Nashville) in Tennessee and the TTF Scholarship Fund.
Josie Mazzo Children’s Charities- Annual Golf Tournament
Where: Greystone Golf Club- Dickson, TN
Why: Josie Mazzo, the life behind this tournament, lost her battle with mitochondrial disease in April of 2006, at the age of four. To honor her memory the fight continues on, and your support can help improve the lives of children and families facing similar circumstances. A portion of the proceeds from this tournament benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville.
How: Access additional information by clicking here: JMCC 2018