Lovin From The Oven
The joy of cooking together for WA’s sick children and their families.
Lovin’ from the Oven gives you the opportunity to ‘bake a difference’ in the lives of families with a seriously sick or injured child. The donation of your time and baking talents can provide a temporary escape from the worry for families in need.
How Does It Work?
When a child is sick, it impacts the whole family. Many of the families who stay at a Ronald McDonald House WA are far from home, away from loved ones and the familiarity of their own bed. These families have sometimes paused life to rush to Perth Children’s Hospital, and arrive unprepared and unfamiliar with their surroundings.
The families we support at Ronald McDonald House WA often spend hours, days or weeks by their hospitalised child’s side to help them get the treatment they need. After a stressful day at the hospital, preparing home baked food is often the last thing on a parent’s mind.
By preparing home baked treats through the Lovin’ From The Oven program, you’re helping provide a source of comfort for the families who stay with us. Every treat provided helps make the exhausting day of a parent, or challenging day of a sick child, that little bit brighter.
When you participate in Lovin’ From The Oven know that once the treat is gone, the memory of your contribution and the laughter and excitement shown by the kids remains.
Benefits For Your Team
The Lovin’ from the Oven program is an unforgettable team-building experience, that demonstrates your organisation’s commitment to corporate social responsibility in a purposeful way and builds morale.
You’ll also be aligning your brand with a leading Western Australian children’s charity that understands the importance of providing family centred care.
If you have questions about Lovin From The Oven or our other group cooking offerings, fill out the form so our Volunteer Manager can respond to you
Acknowledgement of Country
Ronald McDonald House Charities WA proudly cares for families on Whadjuk Noongar Boodjar. We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of this land, the Noongar People and the Traditional Custodians, the Whadjuk People. We pay respects to the Elders past and present for they hold the memories, the traditions, the culture and hopes of Indigenous Australia.