Family Meals

We are actively seeking Family Meal Partners for 2017. 
Please contact
Tamara Perry at 251-694-6873 to learn more.


During their time of medical uncertainty, it is so refreshing for families to be able to look forward to a home cooked meal back at Ronald McDonald House at the end of a long day at the hospital. This is where we can use your help. Providing a meal for the families that stay at the Ronald McDonald House takes away the worry and hassle of food preparation so that the families can give all their energy and attention to their hospitalized child.  

We ask that you consider your business or group join us in our effort by helping provide meals for our families. This is a volunteer activity that is great for groups such as businesses, service organizations, corporate teams, high school clubs, college organizations, etc. You can view photos of groups and the meals they have prepared on our Facebook page. 

A hot meal prepared at the House is greatly appreciated by our guests. Nothing makes the House more like home than the aroma of food cooking on the stove or a batch of chocolate chip cookies fresh out of the oven. We can accommodate up to 12 people cooking in the kitchen for this volunteer opportunity.  Below you will find an outline of our Family Meal Program.  Please know that we are very flexible and are open for suggestions to meet your schedule and budget.             

• Ronald McDonald House has the cooking facilities (stoves, ovens, microwaves & BBQ grills), pots, pans, utensils and serving pieces available for your use.

• Food must be prepared in our beautiful kitchen, or brought in from a caterer, restaurant or other commercial kitchen.

• Decorations such as balloons, centerpieces, festive tablecloths, etc. are always a big hit. You may bring paper plates, cups or plastic utensils as an option for easier cleanup.

• Please plan to bring enough food for 45 - 55 people. 

• Beverages such as tea, lemonade, punch or soda are welcome. (No alcoholic beverages). 

• We invite you to prepare a hearty meal from your favorite recipe, but please keep in mind we have many new mothers staying with us who need to avoid spicy foods. 

• With menu selection, we encourage your creativity, as we tend to have an abundance of spaghetti, lasagna, and tacos. Think about what meals you cook best, those special dishes, for which you receive compliments.

• Please notify the House of your main course selection when scheduling so we can post the menu and avoid duplicate meals that week. 

• Meals may be scheduled 7 days a week. Supper is most often provided and served at 6:30 p.m., but lunch, brunch and breakfast can also be scheduled any day of the week.

• Please note that children must be supervised at all times.

• All meals must be scheduled in advance. Calendar below lists available opportunities and date(s). 

Please call Tamara Perry at the Ronald McDonald House to schedule your time to prepare a meal by calling 251-694-6873 or complete the sign-up form below to be contacted with more information. Thank you for volunteering with us and our Family Meal Program!

JanuaryFebruary 2017March
Dinner - Spanish Fort UMC
Lunch - Satsuma United Methodist

Dinner - Team Horton
Dinner - Robertsdale High School FCCLA
Dinner - Alpha Delta Kappa
Dinner - Girl Scout Troop 8210
Breakfast - Righ Way Christian Center

Dinner - The Dwelling Place
Brunch- Red Shoe Krewe

Dinner - IN Honor of Andrew Zirlott's Coming Home Day
Dinner - Girls with Grub
Dinner - En-Sec
Dinner - Sally Carrington
Dinner - Briggs Equipment
Dinner - McGill Toolen National Honor Society
Breakfast - EJ Moorer and Vigor High School Class of 1979

Dinner - Alpha Beta Psi
Dinner - Sarah Maples
Dinner - Spanish Fort Church of Christ
Lunch - Todd and Beth Childs

Dinner - Circle K International
Lunch - YAC Alma Bryant High School
Lunch - Theodore High School FCA

Dinner - Dauphin Way UMC Young Adults and Youth Group
Dinner - Eastern Shore Church of Christ
Lunch - USA Wesley Foundation

Dinner - Fellowship Baptist Church
Brunch - Tim and Friends

Dinner - Pi Omega Chapter of Sigma Gamma
Dinner - Cottage Hill Civitan Club
Dinner - Morrison's Management

Lunch - Saraland High School
Dinner - Dodge Elementary
Dinner - Central Church of Christ
Dinner - Mr. and Mrs. Harris
Lunch - Coastal Church

Dinner - Azalea City Church of Christ
Dinner - Spanish Fort UMC
Dinner - Ann Coffee
Dinner - EJ Moorer
Dinner - First Hope Well Missionary Baptist Church
Dinner - Alabama Power Service Organization Barry Chapter
Dinner - The Dwelling Place
Dinner - Girls with Grub
Dinner - En-Sec
Dinner - Sally Carrington
Dinner - New Horizon Credit Union
Dinner - McGill Toolen National Honor Society
Lunch - Daphne United Methodist Thrive Group

Dinner - Luke 4:18 Fellowship Women's Ministry

Calendar date(s) that are blank are open. We would be most grateful if you could volunteer your time and talents in preparing a Family Meal for our guest families for those days!


We are looking for new groups, business, churches and friends to join our Family Meal Volunteer Program for 2016! Please share with friends who may be interested in this unique volunteer opportunity.

From cooking and providing a home-cooked meal for families that stay at Ronald McDonald House, our #FamilyMeal...

Posted by Ronald McDonald House Charities of Mobile, Al on Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Featured Family

The Smith Family: 
"The volunteers & staff that greet you each time you enter the front door, always ready to celebrate the smallest milestone, or offer encouragement with news of a setback, the family meals cooked with so much love so you have one less thing to worry about. Every detail is taken care of..." Read more.

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