On the final day of Volunteer Appreciation month, we want to recognize Ms. Irma! She is described as a “true angel” by our Volunteer Services Managers and all of Atlanta RMHC has a special place in their hearts for this amazing, dedicated long-time volunteer. For about 30 years, Miss Irma has made a delicious and soulful home cooked meal at our House near Egleston on the first Wednesday of every month. Miss Irma spends the […]

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Calling all Atlanta RMHC families affected by childhood cancer: We have a special event we’d love for you to attend! Rides To Remember is a fun Saturday morning taking place on June 10, 2017 when kids affected by cancer (battling, in remission, seeking treatment, and their siblings) can come for a ride in an exotic car. The event is put on by Ferrari Maserati at Atlanta Motorsports Park (AMP)! Kids and their families can register […]

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“Coming to the House every Tuesday is the highlight of my week.”- Laura Sadd Laura Sadd started volunteering at our House near Egleston in September 2016 after being inspired by a friend’s wonderful experience with the Ronald McDonald House in New York. Laura helps us unload a large donation of wish list items that is delivered each and every Tuesday! She is a huge help with organizing donations and keeping the House in order. Laura […]

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The late Virginia Ogle, fondly known as “Miss Virginia” at our Houses, holds a special place in all of our hearts at Atlanta RMHC. She was by far one of the most dearly loved and dedicated volunteers to walk through the doors at our House near Egleston. Dedicated beyond words, Miss Virginia spent over 23 years supporting our families. Her time at our House started at our original Atlanta Ronald McDonald House on Houston Mill […]

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Marcia and Howard Rohan have been residents of Brookhaven for more than 35 years. They have three children and live in a blossoming neighborhood. But when their 18-year-old son Jason was in a head-on car accident in 1990, their lives changed forever. “One moment the world is one way, the way it’s supposed to be, and the next moment your life is turned upside down,” Marcia said. “Although the accident happened 25 years ago and […]

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