Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Central PA, Hershey, PA
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central PA provides comfort and care to children and their families through Ronald McDonald House®, its cornerstone program, and by making grants to other local not-for-profit organizations that help children in need. We also fund the Ronald McDonald Family Room®, Hospitality Cart, and family lounges at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital. For more information about Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Pennsylvania, please contact Kathy Denton, Executive Director, at 717-533-4001, ext 151. Thank you!
****Please note that the magazine recycling container located at Sam’s Club, Grayson Road, Harrisburg has been
temporarily removed due to construction. The container will be returned in the near future but probably in
another area of the parking lot which has not yet been determined. We will provide updated information as it
becomes available. Meanwhile, magazines/glossy paper may be dropped off at nearby locations:
Ronald McDonald House, 745 West Governor Road, Hershey or McDonald’s Restaurant, across from
Colonial Park Mall on Route 22, Harrisburg. The magazine recycling container in Carlisle has been removed
and we are looking for a new location in Carlisle. Meanwhile the closest container to that area would be located
in the parking lot of Mechanicsburg Middle School. Thank you for your patience!
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