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    Martin Vu

    While each Ronald McDonald House is astonishingly unique, they were all designed with one simple premise in mind – to be a warm, welcoming home away from home for families traveling to receive critical care for their child. Equipped with laundry facilities, full service kitchens, playrooms, and lovi... Read more
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    A Love Story

    Landri’s story is one of love. Pure and simple. From her adoption, to her care to the Ronald McDonald House in Camden, New Jersey that made it possible; love has helped her fight, stay strong, put one foot in front of the other and thrive. 

     

    Landri is the youngest in the Hellinga family. After ...
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    We Couldn’t Have Done It Without You

    At every Ronald McDonald House, families living with the realities of a sick child are embraced and surrounded by love, support and compassion.  And it wouldn't be possible without you.With your support, RMHC raised more than $30 million last year, which enabled us to serve more than 7 million c... Read more
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    Christina

    When you are 900 miles from your home, sitting in a room in the hospital, hearing that a mass was discovered in your chest and it’s Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, the first thing that pops into your head, is ‘why me?’ Soon after, when you find out that you have six months of chemotherapy and radiation ahead an... Read more
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    Kayla

    On December 19, 2012 my family noticed a lump on my neck. A couple days later, I was medevaced to St. John’s and diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma.  My dad and I found ourselves nearly 1,000 miles from our home in Goose Bay; 1,000 miles away from my mom, brother and sister; from my high school, favor... Read more
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    Mike's Daughter Kayla was Diagnosed with Cancer.

    Desperate to find Kayla the best care, the Ash family traveled nearly 1,000 miles from their home in Goose Bay, Labrador to Janeway Children's Hospital in St. Johns.  With no place to stay and facing months of chemo, how would Kayla get the care she needed?  Watch their story, discover the obsta... Read more
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    Togetherness

    It’s funny. We used to pass each other in the hallways at school all the time. We kind of knew each other, but weren’t exactly friends. Now, thanks to a special place called the Ronald McDonald House, we’re friends – very close friends.   Today, friendship means a lot more to us. While we both have ... Read more
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    From Isolation to Togetherness

    Sometimes, an image is worth a thousand words. In this case, it’s worth a million. On August 9, Conner ran out of the isolation ward at Cook Children’s Medical Center surrounded by his doctors and nurses, cheering his recovery from neuroblastoma. That day, Conner moved into the Ronald McDonald House... Read more
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    Duets

    In a nook on the fifth floor of the Ronald McDonald House near Lurie Children’s Hospital, is an old upright piano. The room is Chloe’s concert hall and the instrument is her Steinway. Sitting up straight, her hands melt into the keyboard as sonatas, concertos, and waltzes start streaming through the... Read more
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    This Little Light

    An hour away from our home, in the unfamiliar hallways of Atlanta Children’s Hospital, we were told that our two-year old Tripp wouldn’t live. Our little boy with the biggest smile and magnetic personality had been playing outside at day care when a gust of wind knocked an 100-pound branch off a tre... Read more
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