What does a community of comfort and hope mean to us?

At the core of our mission, comfort and hope means that every family we serve, and every staff member, volunteer, and supporter who is part of our community feels respected, cared for, and trusted. The individuals who make up our community represent rich cultural and ethnic backgrounds from around the world and this diversity helps make us stronger. We continuously learn from each other while sharing meaningful experiences every single day.

In line with our mission, we condemn any form of racism and injustice and we stand in unity with the Black community in demanding equity and safety. We will never tolerate discrimination in any of our programs. Instead, we will keep seeking ways to be more inclusive and supportive.

Ronald McDonald House Charities®
of the Philadelphia Region

Keeping Families Close®

Ronald McDonald House Charities® of the Philadelphia Region supports families of seriously ill children by creating a community of comfort and hope. Our programs include two Ronald McDonald Houses in West and North Philadelphia, three Ronald McDonald Family Rooms at local hospitals, Ronald McDonald Camp, and a Ronald McDonald Care Mobile, operated in partnership with St. Christopher’s Foundation for Children.

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How We Help

Our programs are designed to help families and children while also offering the support of RMHC Philly staff and volunteers.

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We're Making Room

Learn more about our expansion campaign and how you can help us Make Room for more families.

RMHC Global Impact

Founded in Philadelphia in 1974, RMHC has exponentially grown to help families all over the world. Watch our video to learn more.

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