ADAMS to partner with Ronald McDonald House Perth
ADAMS are absolutely thrilled to announce our new Operational Partnership with Ronald McDonald House Perth. Commencing Saturday 24th December with our Rottnest Island Operations; drivers will be collecting donations on all Accommodation shuttles, Island Explorer, Beach bus and Train services with 100% of the funds collected going towards this great cause.
- Ronald McDonald House (RMH) Perth keeps families close by providing a home away from home for regional WA families who have a sick child receiving hospital treatment in Perth.
- RMH provides accommodation in a 47 bedroom House in Nedlands, located near the soon-to-be opened Perth Children’s Hospital.
- Families must live at least 100kms from Perth and have a seriously ill child receiving medical treatment in hospital.
- RMH relies on the generosity of the WA community to help support the mission to operate as a home away from home for regional WA families with a seriously ill child.
The team at ADAMS looks forwards to rolling out collections across our network of touring coaches throughout Western Australia. ADAMS Group Managing Director Adam Barnard says “I am really pleased that we have selected Ronald McDonald House Perth as our major charity for 2017. Having personally toured the new premises both myself and my team are really looking forward to not only fundraising but also volunteering at the house as well.”
RMHC Partnerships Executive Will Beresford states “Ronald McDonald House Perth is really excited to partner with ADAMS over the Christmas and New Year period. Since moving into the new House in Nedlands we’ve been able to provide accommodation to many more WA families with a seriously ill child than ever before. This increased capacity has come at a greater cost, so it’s fantastic to be able to reach out to families holidaying on Rottnest Island to ask them for their assistance in achieving our mission to operate as a home away from home. With thanks to the entire team at ADAMS, together families will be able to help regional WA families during a stressful time in their lives.”