Buying Two Cokes as a Duchess Member or RMHC Chocolate Bars at Participating Locations Also Helps Families Stay Near Their Children in Area Hospitals This Summer By Ryan Wilkins, Chief
By Madeline Murch Hello! My name is Madeline Murch, and I am a passionate student of Marketing and HR Management at the University of South Carolina. Born and raised in
By Rick Shepherd, Communications Manager We’re happy to introduce one our two new marketing & communications interns brought to us through the Healthy Homes program at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. interns
This past weekend Ronald McDonald House Charities was the beneficiary of the annual AEP Ohio Columbus 10K Presented by Orangetheory Fitness, again. In this video, family members who’ve stayed at the Ronald McDonald House, share what they’ve been going through with their children being hospitalized and share their gratitude (along with RMHC staff) to the Columbus10k community of supporters.
As we wrap up the Mental Health Awareness Month of May, we spotlight John Kennedy, a board member here at Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio. John recently sat down with us to talk about his family’s experience with addiction and mental illness
A Licking County, Ohio mom brought her teenage son to the Big Lot’s Behavioral Health Pavilion at Nationwide Children’s Hospital after he began withdrawing from life, as she described it.
He was a young Star Wars fan who was given a Star Wars puzzle by a House manager seven years ago. Now a teenager, he returned with his mom to stay at the House for hospital appointments and happened to be staying at the House during a special observance of Star Wars Day. He and his mom show their gratitude, which only grew from the day he got that puzzle.
May is Mental Health Month and this week is Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week. RMHC of Central Ohio brought the first Ronald McDonald Family Room to the country’s first pediatric behavioral health hospital. One of our board members recently created a fund to support behavioral health initiatives supported by RMHC of Central Ohio. We spoke with another board member who experienced the RMFR at the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Big Lots Behavioral Health Pavilion about why such a space is so necessary.