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Give the Greatest Gift of
All - Your Time!

Volunteers are the heart of the programs run by Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville. Caring and cheerful volunteers are often the first voices heard on the telephone and the first smiling faces seen at the door. Whether they are planning and coordinating an evening family activity, supplying and cooking a meal for the families, or committing to a volunteer shift each week or month, our volunteers make our House and Family Room more like home.

House & Family Room Volunteer Requirements:

  • Must be 18 years of age or accompanied by an adult if ages 10-17
  • Must pass a background check if 18 years of age or older
  • Willing to commit for at least 6 months to a year
  • Flu vaccination required during “flu season”
  • If working in the Family Room, Volunteers are additionally required to have the following immunizations:
    • Hep B vaccine series or declination form must be submitted
    • TB test
    • MMR
    • Varicella Titer or vaccine
    • Tdap vaccine
    • Flu shot is required during flu season each year

Example House & Family Room Volunteer Tasks:

  • Greet and welcome families and visitors to the House and Family Room
  • Register families into the House
  • Answer phone calls from hospital personnel, families, visitors, and community members
  • Clean the kitchen and public areas
  • Assist groups with tours and meals
  • Help with various office tasks (filing, copying, organizing)

If you are interested in supporting RMHC of Nashville as a House and/or Family Room Volunteer please fill out the short application found below!

Additional opportunities to volunteer for special events take place throughout the calendar year. If you are interested in being a Special Event Volunteer, you are required to be 18+ years of age. If you are interested in participating as a Special Event Volunteer please email our Volunteer Coordinator, April Rainey at april@rmhcnashville.com.

Make a Difference for Families & Children

Parents don’t know when their children will need medical help. But they should know they can always access the care they need. And with your help, we can support them all throughout their journey.