The little smiles add up.

Ronald McDonald House is truly “the House that Love Built,” and continues to be a place where families can share treasured moments of togetherness. Learn how you can be a part of our “home-away-from-home.”

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The little smiles add up.

Ronald McDonald House is truly “the House that Love Built,” and continues to be a place where families can share treasured moments of togetherness. Learn how you can be a part of our “home-away-from-home.”

Watch our 2020 Hearts & Hands Celebration

Missed the live stream of our Hearts & Hands Celebration? Lucky for you, the party isn’t over! Gather your family together, open your hearts, and check out the event for yourself anytime at rmhccnaz.org/celebration.

Keeping Families Close©

RMHC gives a family with a sick child what they need most — each other.

For 35 years, Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Central and Northern Arizona has provided a “home-away-from-home” for families traveling to the Valley for medical care for their children.

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central and Northern Arizona is a welcoming “home-away-from-home” for families with children facing medical challenges, providing an atmosphere of comfort, hope and courage.

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What Our Chapter Does

Keeping families with sick children close to each other and the care and resources they need.

Roanoke House located in central Phoenix

Ronald McDonald House
A “home-away-from-home” for families with sick or injured children.

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Dinnertime Heroes
Relieve stress by providing dinner for families during their stay

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RMHC Wish List
Provide our House with the comforts of home.

House COVID-19 Update
Learn more about the steps we’re taking to ensure our families and staff remain safe and healthy.

Latest Chapter News & Events

  • Sumer’s mom, Yulie, describes her teenage daughter as sassy and social, but also sensitive and empathetic. Like other high schoolers, she loves music, shopping and most of all, dancing. But Sumer’s time of being a “normal” teenager changed in the spring of 2018 when she began having drug-resistant seizures, sometimes up to 10 a day. Yulie and Sumer’s dad, Francisco, were desperate for answers, so they scheduled an appointment with specialists at Phoenix Children’s Hospital Continue Reading Comforts of Home: Sumer’s Story...

  • Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. The anticipation of this special time of year hits me as soon as the last trick-or-treater has rung my doorbell and I turn my calendar to November. I immediately anticipate the joy of a home packed with my family and friends that are so dear to my heart. As we all know, Thanksgiving will be another one of those things that will look different this year. However, I still believe there is so much to be thankful for. Continue Reading Kerry’s Corner: November 2020...

  • As Arizonans continue to navigate the impacts of coronavirus, many stepped up in a big way to help families seeking medical care for their critically ill or injured children. This August, Bashas’ Family of Stores hosted a fundraiser benefitting Ronald McDonald House Charities® at all Bashas’ and Food City stores statewide. Continue Reading Bashas’ Raises $132,000 for the House...

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