Participate in a Third Party Event

Help us help families

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 your family, school, or social group is interested in hosting a fundraising event to support the families that utilize Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville, we ask you to take a minute to complete the Fundraising Application. This application asks important questions about your event and what resources you may need from RMHC of Nashville. Contact with any questions or with your completed application.

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 sports 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! 

Interested in Starting a Fundraiser? Raise Love

Through the support of other families, staff and volunteers, we can make a difference for RMHC of Nashville families. And, now you can help too by creating your very own fundraiser by juggling, swimming, or creating something totally new. You can do whatever you LOVE to do and raise funds #forRMHC.

So start your fundraiser, reach out to your personal network and use all your talents to help RMHC of Nashville give families the gift of laughter, love, and time together.

Visit to start your own fundraiser!

Upcoming Third Party Events 

Race a Hallelujah

When: Saturday, May 1st from   

Where: Choose your destination and your distance: 1M, 5k, 10k, Half Marathon

Why: A Virtual Race Raising Hope for Families Fighting Pediatric Cancer, including Emiliana Buchweitz a brave cancer fighter who stayed at the Nashville Ronald McDonald House with her family for over 3 months in 2019.

How: Visit


Nashville ADPi Alumni Association Garage Sale

When: May 1st & 2nd from 7 a.m.-4 p.m.

Where: Traceside subdivision: 5225 Timber Gap Dr., Nashville 37221



Middle TN Big Rigs for Little Kids

When: May 12

Where: Hermitage Golf Course- Hermitage, TN

WhySince the program’s inception in 1989, the Tennessee Big Rigs for Little Kids Golf Classics has 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.

How: Visit  for more information.

ADPi Honey Baked Ham Fundraiser

When: Now through August 30, 2021

Where: Online at 

Why: 20% of every gift card and e-card purchase benefits RMHC of Nashville and gift cards usually arrive within 5 days!


Jordan Hackett Foundation’s 17th Annual Race for Jordan 5K Run/Walk

When: Saturday, September 25

Where: 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.

How: Visit for information.


Annual Third-Party Events 

Associated General Contractor’s BBQ in Red Shoes 

When: Fall 2021 (either 9/24 or 10/1)

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 $99,000!




Easton Goad Foundation 5k

When: October 2021

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 

Josie Mazzo Children’s Charities- Annual Golf Tournament

When: Each Spring

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 benefits Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville.

How: Access additional information by visiting

Dash for Derek 5k Fun Run/Walk

When: Each September

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

Interested in hosting a third-party event for RMHC of Nashville?

Click here to learn more about how you can get involved in organizing an event or fundraiser.

Thank you for your support!