“It was devastating.” That was the emotion that overwhelmed mom Elaine when doctors told her that her newborn son Atticus would not be able to make the journey home to Mayer, Arizona. Atticus was born with three holes in his heart. Continue Reading Finding Hope: Atticus’ Story...
Families share stories about their “home-away-from-home”
Families come to Ronald McDonald House for many reasons and each story is unique. Learn from mom Heather what a typical visit looks like for her Bullhead City family, who has made 18 visits to the House. Continue Reading Day in the Life: The Stein Family...
In 2009, our 17-year-old son, Alexander slipped off the rooftop of a ramada and fell head-first onto the concrete below. He was transferred to Barrow Neurological Institute at St. Joseph's Hospital with a severe traumatic brain injury, multiple broken bones Continue Reading A Letter of Gratitude from the Zatorski Family...
I am writing this letter to express my appreciation and gratitude for the Ronald McDonald House facility, staff, and volunteers. My son, Preston, was diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma in July of 2018. To say that this time was stressful is an understatement. Continue Reading A Home for the Heart: A Letter of Gratitude from the Bahr Family...
After a 2 ½-year journey that included one failed adoption, Amanda and Chris were overjoyed to be matched with a newborn baby girl in Phoenix. Within 24 hours of the call, they hopped on a plane from their home in the Bay Area. Continue Reading The Journey Home: Evangeline’s Story...
It’s been a year since Katrena’s three-year-old son JaxSon was diagnosed with leukemia and her life was turned upside down. The critical treatment JaxSon needed was 200 miles away from their home in Kingman and for anyone else that alone would have been daunting. Continue Reading The Road Home: Jaxson’s Story...