The Ronald McDonald House provides support for families facing their child's health crisis. Their mission is "provide a comfortable and caring home-away-from-home that supports keeping families together and reduces stress during a child’s serious illness." You can help us support the Ronald McDonald House (RDH) of the Twin Cities by collecting the little tabs you pull to open soda, soup or other aluminum cans. The funds generated from recycling these aluminum gems help offset the RDH expenses.
It’s a small gesture, but collecting aluminum tabs can make a big difference – in fact, since its founding, the Pop Tab program has raised more than $800,000 for the local chapter.* These funds have helped cover program costs at the locations across the Twin Cities and have had a significant impact on the families they are able to serve.
How do you begin? Find a central spot to collect your tabs at your home and/or center (either in an official pop tab house, jar, or ziplock baggie) and when the container is full, bring it to a FORM meeting. We will make sure it is delivered to the local donation site. It is that easy. How often do we get a chance to support a family and recycle at the same time? Let's see what we can do together to help families experiencing a health crisis.
*The local chapter supports 4 RDH in the Twin Cities: two in Minneapolis, and two in St. Paul.