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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As a result of the bridge collapse on I-85  in Atlanta, traffic flow in and around the city will be difficult for the foreseeable future. I-85 southbound from north of the city is closed. We recommend you check one or both of the links below for the latest on interstate and surface street options. The latest on traffic in the area is available at the Georgia Department of Transportation’s (DOT) site here. Existing closures and […]

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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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DID YOU KNOW? Money raised from a Shamrock Shake promotion helped open the 1st Ronald McDonald House in Philadelphia in 1979. From March 11–17 McDonald’s will donate 25¢ from every Shamrock product to Ronald McDonald House Charities! Since first launching in the U.S. in 1970, the Shamrock Shake has built an almost cult-like following. Fans eagerly await its annual return to the menu for those magical few weeks leading up to the St. Patrick’s Day […]

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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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