While she won't be breaking out the red jumpsuit or putting on an Elmo onsie, Ronald McDonald's executive officer Rebecca Walsh will be decked out in red on Thursday.
Thursday is the third annual Wear Red Day for the organisation, with nearly 60 schools and businesses from Mudgee to Grenfell dressing in red and donating gold coins to help provide accommodation for families with sick children.
Ms Walsh said they were hoping to reach $10,000 in fundraising this year, after $4000 in their first year and $7000 last year and with coronavirus restrictions hitting fundraising efforts across all charities, the money will be as valuable as ever.
In fact, without the Ronald McDonald House Charity Ball, which has been cancelled for 2020, Wear Red Day will be the house's biggest fundraiser for the year.
"We've still got a very generous community which we can't thank enough but this is goign towards helping support the replacement of our ball but will also remain a singular event on our calendar each year," Ms Walsh said.
"This is our third year, this year we've doubled the number of registrations for wear red day but we know there are business and community events which haven't signed up yet so we're eagerly awaiting to see how many participate.
"I think we're in the same boat as everyone else [other charities], we're working diligently to follow guidelines, we're in contact with Orange Health Service every day to keep on top of it."
Despite 2020 playing havoc with fundraising, donations have still been flowing in from the support network which Ms Walsh called the "family" of the house.
"We are one big family, all the families who have stayed with us, our volunteers, our donors and our sponsors, we consider them part of the family."
There have been 5817 night stays at the Ronald McDonald House since it opened in 2015 from 733 families, with people from 86 per cent of the state staying in the facility.
"We've been chatting to families who have come long distances or who come week-in, week-out because they have to keep family life going back home and they can't be more thankful and appreciative," Ms Walsh said.
"When you see someone walk through the doors of this place not knowing what to expect and see the sheer relief on their face, that's what we're all about."
She also thanked Denison College, who were the instigators of Wear Red Day in 2017.
Head to bit.ly/wearredday20 to register.
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