The Tab Top Program invites people of all ages to collect aluminum tabs from beverage cans to support The House that Love Built! Thanks to our friends at Didion Orf Recycling, the tabs are recycled and turned into a monetary donation for RMHC St. Louis. Annually, these little tabs help generate almost $25,000!

Get started by taking a look at our collection guide. A limited supply of collection houses are available through RMHC, but we encourage you to “go green” by downloading and printing a wrap (4 x 8 in or 8 x 14 in) for your own creative container.

On Saturday, May 4, 2019 we will celebrate our tab top collectors with the annual Tab Top Pandemonium held at the Park Avenue Ronald McDonald House from 10am to 2pm! Supporters of all ages are invited to save their collections all year to drop off on this day while enjoying free food, games and music! Collections will be weighed and prizes will be given out to those who collected the most tabs in several different categories. Stay tuned for more details!



Keys to the Heart LogoCollect and donate your unused keys to one of our Houses through our Keys to the Heart Program. When you donate the keys you no longer need, you open doors for families with seriously ill children. (Please note that keys must be stored separately from tabs when turned in). Print these wraps (4 x 8 in or 8 x 14 in) for your container!



Your old electronics can make a big difference for the families who use the Ronald McDonald House or Ronald McDonald Family Room programs here in St. Louis. Donated electronics will be recycled and turned into a monetary donation for RMHC St. Louis.

Accepted electronics include: old cell phones, laptops, power adapters and chargers, holiday lights, home and office phones, extension cords, network gear, satellite receivers and PC towers.

*Currently, these are the only electronics we recycle.



  1. FIND A CONTAINER – You can collect tab tops, keys and electronics in anything! Whether you’re collecting at home or at the office, download and print this sign to let people know that you’re recycling for RMHC St. Louis!
  2. START COLLECTING – Gather your tab tops, keys or electronics! Ask family, friends, community organizations or local restaurants for help, too.
    Tab and Key Drop-Off – Tabs and keys may be dropped off at any of the three Ronald McDonald Houses during regular business hours. Save time by filling out the RMH House Drop-off Donation Form ahead of time. Both items can also be dropped off at Didion Orf Recycling during their regular business hours.Electronics Drop-Off – All electronics must be dropped off at Didion Orf Recycling (206 Didion Drive St. Peters, MO) during their regular business hours. Be sure to tell them you would like your donation to go to RMHC St. Louis.

Questions? P
lease contact Lauren at or 314.932.4141.

Thank you to Didion Orf Recycling, official recycling partner of the Recycle for RMHC Program.