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    THANK YOU FOR SIGNING UP

    We are thrilled you’ve decided to join our family. Today, you have joined a global movement that enables families to focus on what’s most important – their sick child – while we take care of the rest!

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    Lindsay, Piper and Kevin Burrel sit on a couch smiling at one another  

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    Read more about the Burrell Family
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    Father's Day 2019

    For Emmanuel and Eboni Stephens, the Ronald McDonald House is nothing short of a blessing. Their twins, Emery and Emmanuel Jr., were born prematurely and needed to stay at separate hospitals three hours away from their home. They were relieved when, on the referral of a hospital social worker, they were able to get a room at the nearby House. Read more about the Stephens Family
    Lindsay, Kevin and Piper Burrell sit on a couch and smile at one another  

    Earth Day April 2019

    Did you know that RMHC sustainability efforts help to ensure that families experience the RMHC mission while allowing donor dollars to go further? Check out a few ways that RMHC is enhancing our mission while doing our part to care for the Earth. Read more about RMHC Sustainability Efforts
    The Warder Family  

    Your small change helps keep families together

    Last year alone, spare change from McDonald’s customers helped RMHC provide more than 350,000 overnight stays to families with sick children. Your small change may not seem like much, but it makes a world of difference to families like McKayla’s. Read more about The Warder Family
    Steven Ramirez, Laura Schumacher & Sheila Musolino at the RMHC Global Conference  

    AbbVie

    This donation, the largest single gift in the history of RMHC, will provide housing and family-centered services for pediatric patients and their families during hospital treatment across the United States. Read more about AbbVie
    Torey Boone with his dad and step mom  

    Shooting hoops to help RMHC

    Meet Torey and his parents, Tregg and Yvette. Torey is nine years old and in August, he set out to raise funds for RMHC by shooting hoops.  Last year, Torey had to stop playing ball for a while when he was diagnosed with brain cancer. During this time, he and his parents stayed at a Ronald McDonald ... Read more about the Boone Family
    The Ledvina Family  

    The Reason I Run for Team RMHC

    When Amy Ledvina’s daughter, Maeve, presented with a high fever at 5 days old after a typical pregnancy and birth, she and her husband grew concerned. After a trip to their local hospital, they were transported to Lurie Children’s in Chicago, where Maeve’s condition grew much worse. She suffered sev... Read more about the Ledvina Family
    Johnna holds infant son Everett Kerres with her husband Adam  

    Baby Everett needed surgery 1,000 miles from home

    At 18 weeks gestation, Everett Kerres was diagnosed with spina bifida and fetal surgery - surgery before he was even born - was critical. Because his parents, Johnna and Adam, wanted to make sure he got the best care, they chose Texas Children’s Hospital despite living many miles away in Illinois. “... Read more about The Kerres Family
    The Cartwright Family hugs each other in from of a House  

    Our Support Network at RMHC

    Having recently relocated to a new home after their previous home had been destroyed by a fire, the Cartwright family faced yet another hardship— seven-year-old Jordan was diagnosed with leukemia. Jordan had to be medevaced to Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton, many miles from home, to battle... Read more about The Cartwright Family
    Mia Sollars hugs her mother and father  

    Mia’s treatments take her far from home

    Mia Sollars suffered a stroke in utero, and at six months old she was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Cindi and Brad wanted to make sure Mia would get the absolute best care, so they chose Lurie Children's Hospital in Chicago, despite living 120 miles away.  At first, Cindi rented an apartment in... Read more about The Sollars Family

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