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smiling little girl with hair in pigtales looks towards camera

There's Someplace Like Home

When families have to travel to Tucson for medical care for a child, having a place to stay should be the last thing they have to worry about. And because of the Ronald McDonald House®, it is. Last year more than 550 families called this House their home.

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exterior side view of the mobilecare unit

Rolling Care out to Kids

More children in Cochise County will have access to dental care thanks to the new Ronald McDonald Care Mobile®, a wonderful partnership with Chiricahua Community Health Centers to help us meet our mission of “improving the health and well-being of children and their families.”

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mother holding small newborn up to her face and smiling

Keeping Families Close®

When Baby Erick was born to Raquel and Erick, he was so loved but so early. Born at 25 weeks gestation, weighing 1 pound, 10 ounces. Raquel stayed at the Ronald McDonald House for 76 nights, caring for her baby in the NICU, while her husband stayed in Sierra Vista, working and caring for their two daughters. “We could not have gotten through the three months without the Ronald McDonald House.”

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KEEPING FAMILIES CLOSE®

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern Arizona exists to improve the health and well-being of children and their families. Through three core programs we create a network of kindness and caring for children and their families.

At the Ronald McDonald House, we provide housing, transportation and support to hundreds of families each year. The Ronald McDonald Family Room® at Diamond Children’s Medical Center gives parents a place to rest and regroup while their child is in the hospital. The new Ronald McDonald Care Mobile ® is bringing dental care to hundreds of children in Cochise County, who otherwise would not have access to a dentist.

One Big Happy Family

Canceled plans are the new normal thanks to COVID-19, but Garet and Amanda Goodman never imagined that would include their birth plan.

The couple was expecting their 6th child in May, but when Amanda couldn't get induced, things progressed quickly.

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Joy happens at the Ronald McDonald House.
It happens when moms with premature babies support each other’s journey and become fast friends. When volunteers spend their free time making sure families feel at home. It happens when a group of children donate their leftover lunch money to help children who are staying here.

Every month we put together a few stories that brightened our day.  We’d like to share them in hopes they will brighten yours.  If you could use a little joyful news (and who couldn’t?), we hope you’ll sign up for our e-newsletter.

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