McNulty kicks off Read for Ronald McDonald House campaign

children stand in front of the Ronald McDonald house sign
McNulty Academy students kick off the Read for Ronald McDonald House campaign.

Students at the McNulty Academy kicked off the Read for Ronald McDonald House campaign today in an effort to give back to the community. A school-wide assembly was held this morning.

What is Read for Ronald McDonald House (RMH)?

It is a reading-based community service project that works in partnership with area elementary and middle schools. Through Read for RMH, students read and earn donations to support Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region and the families RMH serve.

Students are given a unique opportunity to use their reading skills to help other children who are sick and their families. In addition to helping the children and families of the House, the program promotes the value of community service, encourages students to read, and benefits the participating school or youth group by offering a portion of funds raised going back to the school.

Please help support McNulty’s RMH campaign this school year.

McNulty students learn about the Read for Ronald McDonald House campaign at a school assembly.