WHAT IS THE RED SHOE SOCIETY?

Members of the Red Shoe Society are leaders in the Tucson and Southern Arizona communities, making a difference in the lives of families with seriously ill children. Together they create opportunities to develop professionally and network with other community leaders, all while volunteering and raising funds for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern Arizona.

Being a society member means you are the type of person who is passionate about using your talents to touch others. You’re likely a busy person, but the Red Shoe Society will fit your busy schedule. Monthly events will alternate focus between community service, professional development, and networking as well as offer sessions during the business day and in the evening.

MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

  • Professional development opportunities through non-profit Board of Directors interactions
  • Fulfilling volunteerism at the Ronald McDonald House and Ronald McDonald Family Room
  • Networking opportunities with like-minded philanthropic and business leaders.
  • Invitations to exclusive Red Shoe Society events
  • Opportunity to take on a leadership role, both in the Red Shoe Society and RMHC event planning committees
  • Discounts to RMHC events

MEMBERSHIP FULFILLMENT

  • You’re young 20s to early 40s looking for a great community cause to support
  • You’ll share the Red Shoe Society with your friends
  • Attend a House tour (must be completed within first three months of membership)
  • Minimum quarterly attendance of Red Shoe Society events

Roundtable with RMHC Board Members

Red Shoe Society Roundtable

  • Join us on Tuesday, May 23 from 12-1pm at the Ronald McDonald House to meet with current and past RMHC Board Members. Our discussion will center around "HOW NON-PROFIT LEADERSHIP BENEFITED MY LIFE AND CAREER."

    Panelists will include:
    Cristie Street - 2017 Tucson Woman of the Year, Co-Founder of Nextrio
    Chuck Albanese - former Dean of U of A's College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, designer of the new Ronald McDonald House
    Paul Dias - current RMHC Board President, owns & operates 14 McDonald's restaurants in Tucson & Green Valley