All Red Shoe Society members agree- their favorite part of volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House is spending time with our families. No matter what the family activity provided- the atmosphere created for our families and the opportunities that arise from the comfort their visits bring is what our Red Shoe Society members love most about volunteering. They love being able to provide an opportunity for parents to relax, take some time for themselves, or […]

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About a year ago, a group of students at The University of Georgia created their very own RMHC chapter that has already accomplished so much, both on and off campus, all with the purpose of support our families. On campus, they have raised funds for Atlanta RMHC through multiple restaurant give-back nights and a Car Smash during finals week. They also collect thousands of pop tabs and delivered them to our local Houses to be […]

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Volunteering at our Houses is something the women of the Greater Atlanta Alpha Delta Pi Alumnae love because they believe in the power of togetherness. Their sorority’s motto, “We live for each other,” echoes Ronald McDonald House Charities’ mission of keeping families close when it matters most. They love playing a small part in the journey of each family they meet while volunteering. Taco bars, soups, sandwiches, and Sunday brunches are just a few of […]

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The Atlanta Hot Chocolate Race on Jan. 21, 2017 brought out more than 12,000 runners to downtown Atlanta for the 5k and 15k races. This year was the first year in the race’s new venue, Centennial Olympic Park. Runners enjoyed the scenic park and city views at the new location. This year was extra special for Atlanta RMHC because one of our families, the Halstead family, shared their story with all the runners and spectators […]

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Liam is a 10 month old who has stolen the hearts of all Atlanta RMHC staff and volunteers! Liam and his parents, Luisa and Cheyenne, are from Chattanooga, TN. They have been staying at our House near Egleston for more than two months. Liam was diagnosed at birth with BA, or Biliary Atresia. This rare condition for newborn infants requires a liver transplant and this week, Liam received the life-saving transplant he needed! He is […]

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