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Young professionals came together on a beautiful day for golf, prizes and giving back.
The young professional group supporting Cincinnati's Ronald McDonald House, known as Red Shoe Crew, is inviting you to join them for a unique event that gives back to one of the largest Houses in the world.
Walk through Cincinnati's Ronald McDonald House for a quick overview of ways you can make a difference for critically ill children and their families who call this House "home."
A local nonprofit dedicated to supporting the health and well-being of children and their families needs volunteers. The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Cincinnati takes care of more than 170 families at a time who have children in the hospital. Currently, their staff says they have 300 regular weekly volunteers but need more help on the weekend.
Kelly Janszen has been appointed Board Chair for Cincinnati's Ronald McDonald House.
I have a soft spot for families with a medically fragile child because I had a sibling with special needs. When I was offered the opportunity to tour the Ronald McDonald House in Cincinnati, I was excited to learn more about how they are serving families with critically ill children coming to the area from all over the world.
Jayden has spent most of his high school years living in Cincinnati's Ronald McDonald House. He earned his diploma and was struggling knowing he wouldn't have a "typical" graduation. Watch what happened when his Ronald McDonald House family learned of this news.
The Ronald McDonald House near Cincinnati Children's Hospital is one of the largest in the world. It houses and serves families at their greatest time of need, and recently the house served its 150,000 meal of the year to families.
One family turns to their favorite community restaurant to partner and give back to critically ill children after facing this fear themselves.
They've never needed this service, but that hasn't stopped two young friends from understanding the importance of helping critically ill children in need.
Young professionals came together on a beautiful day for golf, prizes and giving back.
The young professional group supporting Cincinnati's Ronald McDonald House, known as Red Shoe Crew, is inviting you to join them for a unique event that gives back to one of the largest Houses in the world.
Walk through Cincinnati's Ronald McDonald House for a quick overview of ways you can make a difference for critically ill children and their families who call this House "home."
A local nonprofit dedicated to supporting the health and well-being of children and their families needs volunteers. The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Cincinnati takes care of more than 170 families at a time who have children in the hospital. Currently, their staff says they have 300 regular weekly volunteers but need more help on the weekend.
Kelly Janszen has been appointed Board Chair for Cincinnati's Ronald McDonald House.
I have a soft spot for families with a medically fragile child because I had a sibling with special needs. When I was offered the opportunity to tour the Ronald McDonald House in Cincinnati, I was excited to learn more about how they are serving families with critically ill children coming to the area from all over the world.
Jayden has spent most of his high school years living in Cincinnati's Ronald McDonald House. He earned his diploma and was struggling knowing he wouldn't have a "typical" graduation. Watch what happened when his Ronald McDonald House family learned of this news.
The Ronald McDonald House near Cincinnati Children's Hospital is one of the largest in the world. It houses and serves families at their greatest time of need, and recently the house served its 150,000 meal of the year to families.
One family turns to their favorite community restaurant to partner and give back to critically ill children after facing this fear themselves.
They've never needed this service, but that hasn't stopped two young friends from understanding the importance of helping critically ill children in need.
You're invited to make a difference! By simply sending a snowflake to the critically ill children and their families living in Cincinnati's Ronald McDonald House, you can help make a flurry of support through the glass window hallway.
One family has made it their mission to give back to the House that supported them while they saved their child's life.