Ronald McDonald House Charities 50/50

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Every ticket purchased helps the jackpot grow larger and LARGER! The best part is, half goes to help families and children in our community.  The other half, goes to YOU!

Get your tickets before 12:00am on Thursday, September 29th for your chance to get in the first Early Brid Draw and win $1,000 thanks to Saputo! 

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  • 10 tickets for $10
  • 40 tickets for $20
  • 167 tickets for $50

Total money raised is over $20,000

The current jackpot is over $10,000


About The Ronald McDonald House Ottawa:

National Capital Children’s Oncology Care Inc. Manoir Ronald McDonald House Ottawa, located on the unceded territory of the Algonquin Anishinaabe Nation, was founded in 1983 and granted a charitable license in 1983. The House opened its doors to sick children and their families in June of 1984 and is part of a network of 14 Ronald McDonald Houses across Canada. Our House is owned and governed by National Capital Children’s Oncology Care Inc., a charitable organization. Its Board of Directors consists of 15 volunteer members from business, medical, and the surrounding community.

The House is managed by dedicated professional staff that, while small in number, is large in heart. We are blessed by the support of a full complement of hardworking, dedicated volunteers. The Ottawa House is located next to the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, an internationally recognized hospital.


We are dedicated to providing a warm, safe, affordable and compassionate environment in our Manoir Ronald McDonald House Ottawa, and our Family Rooms, for families of seriously ill children receiving medical services.


To ensure that the ever changing needs of children and families residing at Manoir Ronald McDonald House and our Family Rooms will be met with people and programs in an environment of safety, compassion, commitment and integrity.