Reagan Borland is a special little girl who has made it her mission to support Atlanta RMHC through collecting pop tabs at her school. The Borland family taught Reagan the importance of giving back when family friends made a Ronald McDonald House their second home. Family friends, Brad and Dana Dean, stayed at the Ronald McDonald House in Nashville when their daughter, Lucy, was born with a severe heart defect. Through difficult times, multiple surgeries […]

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An organization called Luke’s FastBreaks recently visited our House near Egleston to deliver some colorful t-shirts to the children! These fun shirts have snap tape down the sides in order to replace traditional hospital gowns in hopes of making children happier during medical treatment. The creative idea came from 9-year-old cancer survivor, Luke, from Dallas, TX. Luke wanted to feel like a regular kid during chemotherapy and felt like hospital gowns made him “feel more […]

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The Johnson Family is one of more than 48,000 families we’ve served since first opening our doors to families in 1979. Their story will touch your heart and ignite your understanding of the support and love our Houses offer to the families we serve. Our Houses are more than a roof held up by walls, they are a safe refuge for families facing unimaginable circumstances. Our Houses offer the chance for families to be together […]

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This week, several of Atlanta’s Mommy Bloggers and their families visited our House near Scottish Rite for a tour and Valentine’s Day crafts! They were given the opportunity to learn about our mission and our mission partners at McDonald’s. They heard directly from our President and CEO, Beth Howell, about our impact on the families we serve and even enjoyed some of McDonald’s healthy choices for children on their menu.   Read about their visit […]

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Katelyn’s mom, Katrina Stone, describes her families experience at the Atlanta Ronald McDonald House as “completely amazing.” Since the Stone Families first night at our House in 2009, they have stayed with us for more than 200 nights. “To us, it’s a second home,” Katrina said. In utero, Katelyn was diagnosed with a congenital heart defect known as hypoplastic left heart syndrome. She was delivered at 37 weeks and was immediately transferred from Macon Hospital […]

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