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Bob Hudson Community Room

Looking for a place to hold your next offsite meeting or need a place for your community group to meet? The Bob Hudson Community Room at Ronald McDonald House of Memphis is great meeting space and is free to use. Contact Jackie Doyle at 901-312-7473 or jackie@rmhc-memphis.org for more information. Read More
Posted by John Parie at Monday, July 14, 2014
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Stock the Kitchens Drive

Last year 804 families stayed at Ronald McDonald House of Memphis. That’s a lot of breakfasts, lunches and dinners prepared in our two kitchens throughout the year.  All of that wear and tear means we are in constant need of new kitchen appliances, utensils and dishes. Help stock the kitchens by purchasing items from our Target and Amazon wish lists.  Target Wish List Amazon Wish List Shipping Address Attn: Sherri Maxey 535 Alabama Ave. Memphis, TN 38105 Read More
Posted by John Parie at Tuesday, July 8, 2014
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Volunteer Spotlight: Barbara Grimes

Barbara Grimes is a Ronald McDonald House of Memphis volunteer. She has been volunteering at Ronald McDonald House of Memphis for seven years. Barbara is the founder of G.A.L.S. (Girls at Leisure Society). The group’s focus is to fellowship with friends and volunteer in the community. Barbara and the G.A.L.S. work the 9am – 1pm volunteer shift on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Saturday of each month, host breakfast and conduct pantry cleaning/supply closet organizing... Read More
Posted by John Parie at Tuesday, July 8, 2014
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Ronald McDonald House of Memphis Opens Two New Apartments

Ronald McDonald House of Memphis recently added two 2-bedroom apartments to the facility, increasing the number of families that can be served each night to 53 from 51. Each apartment has two bedrooms and one bathroom, a full kitchen, living room, dining area and washer/dryer. The renovation was made possible by converting an attached 2 bedroom/2 bath apartment that had been a resident manager’s unit. “The two new apartments have been a wonderful addition to Ronald McDonald House of... Read More
Posted by John Parie at Tuesday, July 8, 2014
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  • "Ahoy Matey"  Apr 4
    Pirate Day was the theme of the fourth day of camp.   There were craftrs with a special area just for teens.   ADII volunteered and helped make it a hit.  
  • Tie Dye Day at Camp Mar 28
    The 3rd day of camp was psychedlic fun with tie-dye crafts, face painting, and plenty of food for all.
  • Fiesta for Camp Wishing Well Mar 27
    Ronald McDonald House of Memphis had a fiesta the 2nd night of Camp with silly crafts, a colorful piiñata, and a complete taco bar for dinner.  
  • Camp Wishing Well - Wild West Day Mar 26
    Ronald McDonald House of Memphis hosts camp this week for its residents.  Every day has a theme with the first day's theme being "Wild West."  The kids had fun riding on their...