In addition to our two Houses in Philadelphia, serving 65 families each night, the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House operates Ronald McDonald Camp in the Poconos, which offers oncology patients and their siblings the opportunity to take part in a one week summer camp. We also operate two Ronald McDonald Family Rooms at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, which provide a comfortable space for families away from their children’s bedside. Our newest program, a Hospitality Kiosk at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children, extends the comforts of our Houses to families with children in the critical care units, offering them snacks and other amenities.
Learn More About Our Programs
- Chestnut Street House
- Front & Erie House
- Ronald McDonald Family Rooms
- Hospitality Kiosk
- Ronald McDonald Camp
Keeping Families Together When It Counts The Most
"He's never been home," Brenda says of her son, Jayson. "He's spent his whole life in a hospital room." And Brenda is there with him, by his side for almost every waking hour of her day. Born with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS), and until the day that Brenda brings Jayson home, she will stay at our House. "This is my second home." Brenda says "I can't imagine what it would be like without the Ronald McDonald House."
Teens Living with Cancer
When Rosemary Fabian was visiting her cousin Bianca Cotto, who was receiving treatment for osteosarcoma (a form of bone cancer) at St. Christopher's Hospital last May, she never imagined she too would be treated as a cancer patient there just months later.