Red Shoe Day is a community fundraiser for San Diego's Ronald McDonald House. Typically, volunteers would span out at intersections across the Imperial Valley and collect donations from morning commuters. This year, due to the pandemic, we are taking all the fun, support, and excitement online for Red Shoe Day!
Even though we won't be together on October 15th, let's pull together at "virtual intersections" to raise money to provide a "home away from home" for families as they care for their hospitalized child. Over 20% of the families served by the Ronald McDonald House live in the Imperial Valley. By participating in Red Shoe Day, you are helping to support members of your community!
Have fun with it!
Questions, please contact Allegra Sonza at (858) 598-2417 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Red Shoe Day is a fun way to work together with friends, family and co-workers and help families in our community. Your efforts to collect donations supports San Diego's Ronald McDonald House mission to provide warm meals, hot showers, and a comforting place for families to stay when their child is in the hospital.
Whether a family is staying in one of the 56 guest rooms or coming over during the day to use the House services, the Ronald McDonald House is available to ease their burdens.
All of the money collected for Red Shoe Day stays in San Diego to support families who have children being treated in San Diego hospitals. Over 20% of the families served by San Diego's Ronald McDonald House live in the Imperial Valley.