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Kilts for Kids

Are you ready for a little bit of fun for a cause? The Ronald McDonald House Charities of South Louisiana annual Kilts for Kids is going on now. This is an online, peer to peer fundraiser open to everyone – Kids, Women & Men. Kilts for Kids participants wear their kilts for a photo session which is uploaded to the online website and shared with family and friends to vote on. Each Kilts for Kids vote of $10 benefits the local Ronald McDonald House charity. 

All heroes don’t wear capes – our heroes wear kilts. ~ Marianne Addy, RMHC-SLA Executive Director

Kilts for Kids Logo | New Orleans Local

On Saturday, April 4, 2020, from 4:00pm to 7pm, their will be a party at the Port Orleans Brewing Company where the winning clan and chiefs will be announced. 

If you are interested in participating or just interested in checking out the competition for the Kilts for Kids, visit 504kilts.com or click on the link on the RMHC-SLA website at kilts.rmhc-sla.org. If you do not have a kilt, don’t worry as the RMHC-SLA can help – You can purchase a kilt for $25 or a complete outfit for around $65. Check out the website to find out more about the Kilts for Kids fundraiser. Participants do not have to of Scottish or Irish descent to compete and support this great cause. 

Kilts for Kids | New Orleans Local

Being alone in the hospital can be an awful experience, especially for children. Since 1983, the Ronald McDonald House Charities of South Louisiana have provided a “home away from” at 4403 Canal Street in New Orleans. Each year, over 435 families who travel from far away to come to the New Orleans area for medical treatment are housed at the Ronald McDonald House.  At Ronald McDonald House, they find a free place to stay, meals to eat, transportation if needed, and a built-in support system where families help one other. Together, they face and overcome some of the most trying times in their lives. Proceeds from the Kilts for Kids fundraiser goes a long way to helping RMHC-SLA provide this service to out of town families from Louisiana and across the United States and abroad.

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