• 11 Sandy Point Rd. Stratham, NH
  • (603) 778-8193
  • Mon-Fri:  8:30am-4:30pm   Sat-Sun:  Closed

 

Seacoast's Original Touch-A-Truck® originated in 2004 and has since been a prominent and popular event in the are for children and families to enjoy. Kids have the opportunity to explore big construction equipment, tow trucks, race cars, limousines, emergency vehicles and many more. The event attracts upwards of 2,000 people each year and affords a wonderful opportunity to make RMCC's presence known in the community, while highlighting the many area businesses that support the children we serve.

SPONSORSHIP LEVELS

$3,000 - Platinum Level “Exclusive Naming Sponsor”

$2,000 – Gold Level “Race Car Sponsor”

$1,000– Silver Level “Big Rig Sponsor”

$750 – Bronze Level “Limousine Sponsor”

$400 – RMCC Friend Level “Four Wheeler Sponsor”

 

Started in 1992, this event is a long-time favorite for RMCC supporters. On average, the event draws over 100 golfers to create a fabulous day of driving, pitching and putting, all in the name of helping children reach their developmental goals. The golf course tends to change from year to year, but the supporters never waiver on their commitment to the cause.

SPONSORSHIP LEVELS

$3,000 - Exclusive Lunch Reception Sponsor                                    $1,000 - Golf Ball Sponsor                                                        $1,000 - Hole in One Sponsor

$2,000 - Golf Cart Sponsor                                                                   $1,000 - Continental Breakfast Sponsor                                  $225 - Tee Sponsor

$1,500 - Tournament Sponsor                                                             $1,000 - Driving Range Sponsor

 

RICHIE ANNUAL GALA

From what started as an annual Community Night Auction supported by a current RMCC Board Member, has blossomed into an opportunity for RMCC to take ownership and host an annual Gala Auction event. May 2021 will be the kick off of this event celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Richie McFarland Children's Center.  Below are some pictures from this past November 2019 Community Night event courtesy of Ron St. Jean Photography and RMCC staff Jessica Carbonneau.