THANKS to all our family – the participants, sponsors, donors, and volunteers, the Red Shoe Shuffle was an amazing reflection of our Community at work!
Together, we congratulate the more than 2,000 participants including individual race winners in all categories, the 110 teams and everyone who shuffled across that finish line with us. Together, we have raised more than $250,000 through this event.
We needed $75,000 to purchase a new, much needed shuttle to safely transport children and their families to five area partner hospitals. We more than exceeded that goal and couldn’t be more grateful.
Hats off to the largest Team and Fundraising Group - Shocks Rocks – which captured the spirit of the Shuffle and our 2012 Honorary Race Chair Brooke Shockley, who lost her courageous battle with Cancer in August but not before inspiring so many. We also want to thank Peggy Shockley, our highest fundraiser, for her efforts in helping our House. See all Team and Fundraising Groups.
Congratulations to our male/female Shuffle Winners, Tyler Muse and Lisa Selby. Click for all Runner Results and Overall Winners in all Categories.
Still have your timing chip? Please return it to the RMH by mail or drop it off. You can also return your timing chip to any CHARM CITY RUN LOCATION.
A BIG Shout Out to the Red Shoe Crew for
putting their heart and soul into this event!
There is only one Ronald McDonald House in the state of Maryland, and we have been home to more than 35,000 families in the last thirty years. Each year, more than 1,500 families arrive at our doorstep in search of hope for a child battling a catastrophic illness or injury. Circumstances that bring our families here are unfortunate, challenging and often times tragic. Amidst the uncertainties and fears they face, we offer respite, normalcy, compassion, and love.
We can’t make the medicine taste better, the shots hurt less or the treatments less painful. But each of us can affect the journey with love, hope, compassion, and fun. With the love and support of Community, fear and despair coexist with optimism and Joy at the Ronald McDonald House.