The Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Central Illinois Teen Council is a group of high-school age students who have come together to encourage support and awareness of the Ronald McDonald House®. Through the Teen Council year, students strengthen and develop skills in leadership, teamwork, responsibility and communication, while supporting the mission of the House to serve children and families.
Teen Council Purpose
The purpose of the Teen Council is to encourage high school students to become more active in community service and to create awareness and encourage support of Ronald McDonald House Charities® in the student’s school and community. The Teen Council provides multiple learning opportunities, leadership building, networking and more.
Peoria Teen Council
The Peoria Teen Council consists of area public and private high school students from the local community who raise awareness and advocate for the mission of RMHCCI.
Springfield Teen Council
The Springfield House Teen Council consists of area public and private high school students from Sangamon County who raise awareness and advocate for the mission of RMHCCI.
The next application process for Teen Council will be late summer 2020.
For information about Peoria or Springfield Teen Council contact Development Director Kendyl Wear at firstname.lastname@example.org OR
217-528-3314 x 148 — Springfield
309-401-2525 — Peoria