CEO Walk In My Shoes

RMHC Greater Western Sydney
31st October- 1st November 2024

What to expect during this immersive experience

You will gain a first-hand understanding what parents and carers go through on a daily basis, as well as getting an opportunity to see what it takes to create the best possible experience for a family and come to know the families staying at the House in Greater Western Sydney.

During this 24-hour overnight immersion experience, you will be:

  • Cooking and serving dinner and breakfast to our families;
  • Guided through real life scenarios, gaining a better understanding of what families go through;
  • Using your skills and knowledge together to tackle a business issue
  • Gaining a unique insight on what it takes to run the House and create a true sense of empathy for the families that stay at RMHC Greater Western Sydney.

Our next experiene will be the 31st October- 1st November and registraions are now open.


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Meet Cooper

Instead of kicking the footy around with his friends, for the past three years, Cooper has been giving everything he has to kicking cancer. At just 15-years old Cooper has fought osteosarcoma for more than 700 days of his young life. 

His family home in Nyngan is over a six hour drive from Westmead, so Ronald McDonald House has been his family's home throughout this time.

Cooper has overcome countless hours of chemotherapy, treatments and critical surgeries. His resilience has been tested beyond our imagination. Somehow, in spite of this, his trademark smile is never far from the face of this courageous young man and his devoted parents, Dianne and John. 

Cooper is an absolute champion and with your support Ronald McDonald House can continue to do everything they can, providing meals, home comforts, special experiences and more, to make the most stressful of times, survivable.

"I would just like to say a huge thank you to Ronald McDonald House Charities Greater Western Sydney for all you have done for us. The compassion, kindness and smiling faces that we receive every time we come through the front doors is heart warming during these times. No matter how bad our day is or gets, you make us feel at home." - Cooper's dad, John.