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The health and safety of our families always is, and will continue to be, of the utmost importance to RMHC. While families continue to lean on the House for support while their child is receiving medical care in the Valley, we are doing everything in our power to ensure little disruption in the operations of our Houses while continuing to provide them with a comforting, and safe, “home-away-from-home.”

As of Monday, March 16 and through the end of April, we are suspending all dinner groups and volunteers/volunteers groups at our three Houses. We are asking the community to consider contributing funds so we can order dinner-in and continue to serve healthy, balanced meals to our families.

Keeping families safe and healthy, giving them the opportunity to rest after a long day at the hospital, and providing healthy meals allows families to take care of themselves so that they can continue to focus on and care for their children.

We remain so very grateful for the overwhelming support of our Dinnertime Heroes. Please know that, whether you drop-off a meal or provide funds for a catered meal, our families will know who has provided this generous gift.

Little girl sitting on the Ronald McDonald bench holding a sign that says "thank you"

For more information, please contact Volunteer Manager Adam Smith at asmith@rmhccnaz.org.