helping give sick children what they need mosttheir families
Since 1985, Ronald McDonald House Charities Southwestern Ontario has been a home away from home for families of sick children.
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Some things have changed in recent times, but one thing has stayed the same - the RMHC mission to keep families close!Learn More
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Ronald McDonald House Charities Southwestern Ontario provides "home-away-from-home" environments for seriously ill or injured children and their families close to their child's medical care
Many guest families from across Southwestern Ontario have kindly shared their personal journeys and RMH experiences with us. These stories show their appreciation for the comforts the House provided to them when they needed it most.
Carson was born with a bilateral cleft lip & palate, which has meant calling Ronald McDonald House Charities Southwestern Ontario our home several times when we need…Read More
When Amelia and Harper arrived early at just 24 weeks, parents Johnathan and Jessica found RMH London their "home-away-from-home" for 152 nights. Johnathan…Read More
I am going to be honest. I had no clue what RMH really was…Darius was born with Down Syndrome and another rare disease called NF2. It’s so rare that he is the…Read More
My name is Kayla Ibarra and my family called RMH London home for 10 weeks while our 22-week-old twin girls were in-hospital. Our girls, Luna and Ema, were given 0% chance…Read More
When Mikaela and Luke knew they were going to have a baby the excitement started. As a photographer, Mikaela was getting the nursery ready and foreseeing the photos…Read More
“Home is not a place…it’s a feeling.” When we think about Ronald McDonald House, the first thing that comes to mind is the word home. Ronald…Read More
We knew about Rylee's condition, Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (CDH), while I was 21 weeks pregnant and were told we would be sent to London for her medical care…Read More
When our son, Keanen, was diagnosed with leukemia we went through a wide range of emotions, from fear and anger to sadness and guilt; the experience…Read More
a special thank you toOur Donors
Our heartfelt thanks to each of our national and local partners for their unwavering support. We could not do what we do without you. View a full listing of our donors who provide support to our families.Learn More
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