Red Shoe Day 2015 was a tremendous success for Ronald McDonald House Charities San Diego. Local businesses and community members volunteered to spend the morning collecting donations. Between Red Shoe Day collections, sponsor support, and corporate and community donors, the event earned $199,000 to support the Ronald McDonald House and the families it serves. The top-earning area this year was Rancho Bernardo, collecting $8,661.75. Poway came in fifth with a total of $6,177.33. San Marcos was the 15th in the county with local groups collecting $2,783.39, and Scripps Ranch was 18th with $2,285.09. Local Kiwanis clubs were particularly successful fundraisers; Kiwanis Club of Rancho Bernardo collected the third highest total of any individual group, with $4,216.38. Kiwanis Club of Poway was right behind with $3,969.71.

Members of the ZCode Magazines team, including Editor Sarabeth McElhaney, Director of Business Development Jessica Breaux, and Editorial Assistants Lainey Kral, Randi Cantrell, and Shyanne Lopez, were proud to do their part in Rancho Bernardo, and Sarabeth is a member of the event planning committee.