Keeping families with sick children close to each other and the care and resources they need.

Strength and support comes from families, staff and volunteers

As we face a "new normal" our mission is unwavering.

While we temporarily paused the acceptance of new families mid-March, we continued to serve the families staying with us over these last few months. With the generous support from our volunteers and donors, we were able to provide nutritious meals and essential goods to those families - for that we are so grateful!

With state restrictions lifting, we are looking forward to welcoming new families into our Ronald McDonald House again very soon. To ensure the safety of our guest families, volunteers, and staff and, in addition to our usual conditions of stay, we are implementing additional measures to increase protection for everyone in our Ronald McDonald House.

  • We are complying with all current government social distancing and capacity requirements
  • We have instituted a wellness check and temperature checks for all families, volunteers, staff, and essential vendors
  • Only parents of sick children are allowed to stay at this time
  • No visitors
  • Regular washing of hands or use of provided hand sanitizer
  • Proper use of tissues and covering your mouth when you cough or sneeze
  • Use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as directed by staff
  • Our Ronald McDonald House is cleaned and disinfected regularly
  • Common areas of the House are temporarily closed

We will have a phased approach to allow families back into our Ronald McDonald House - safely and thoughtfully.

Thank you for your continued support!

We have, and always will, continue to keep families' health and well-being at the forefront of everything we do, so they can focus on what is most important - the health of their children. As our re-opening plan advances, we will inform you of any updates as well as ways you can help!