In Round 19 of the NRL Telstra Premiership, when the Parramatta Eels clash with the New Zealand Warriors at Bankwest Stadium on Saturday 27 July, the Club will be celebrating a 25 year partnership with Ronald McDonald House, Westmead (RMH).

The Eels understand that our Club is more than a NRL footy team and that our responsibility in the community is one we take seriously. Our relationship with the Ronald McDonald House, Westmead is the longest partnership amongst our community partners and on Saturday afternoon we will celebrate the great work they do.

Pop on in to the Ronald McDonald House, Westmead marquee located in the precinct near Gate B of Bankwest Stadium to visit the RMH Staff for more information and then show your support for the Blue & Gold with their hairspray with a gold coin donation.

This week’s 50-50 Charity Raffle returns, raising money to go towards Ronald McDonald House, Westmead.

Tickets can be purchased from the volunteers dressed in green 50-50 uniforms that will be located in the precinct outside Bankwest Stadium and also roaming the concourse of the stadium.

To donate and purchase your ticket online, visit https://5050charityraffle.com.au/eels

Before the game, the Ronald McDonald House Westmead will assist with our Guard of Honour as the Parramatta Eels run out on to the stadium, BGA Flag raise, coin toss as well as a half time game activation, big screen content and a function in the Chairman's Club of Bankwest Stadium.

Ronald McDonald House at Greater Western Sydney is a caring home away from home for families with seriously ill children receiving treatment at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead.

When families have to travel far from home to receive specialised medical care for their sick child, seeking accommodation in an unfamiliar place only adds to their stress and anxiety.

Though there is no place like home, Ronald McDonald House at Greater Western Sydney strives to provide a safe and comfortable environment where the whole family can stay together for the duration of their child’s treatment.

For more information, visit http://www.rmhc.org.au