Stories

Q&A with a Nonagenarian Volunteer

Jean, a nonagenarian (a person in his or her nineties) is a familiar face at the front desk of Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Memphis.    She is currently re-reading a series of books about a couple of Siamese cats that solve crimes. Jean loves mysteries but it is no mystery why she volunteers here. T ell me a little about your history.   I have lived in Memphis all my life.  I am 91 years old and have been here a long time.  I graduated... Read More
Posted by Lisa Haguewood at Thursday, March 30, 2017

Best Friends Together In the House

5 years ago in a Sunday school class in Louisiana, Julianne and Hailey met for the first time.  No one knew then that they would go on to be best friends and would eventually be growing up together in the Ronald McDonald House of Memphis. Both girls are 12 years old and undergoing radiation.  Julianne is from Watson, LA and has a Glioma brain tumor.  20 miles away, Hailey is from Walker, LA and has Ewing’s Sarcoma.    While Julianne was... Read More
Posted by Lisa Haguewood at Thursday, March 30, 2017

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    Brandon has Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL). He was diagnosed in 2013 and treated in Honduras for a few years. Then he and his mother, Carmen, came to Memphis. They have lived in Ronald McDonald Hou...
  • “You are a huge part of our journey” Sep 21
    Jenny says to Ronald McDonald House of Memphis , “Thank you from the bottom of our hearts – if it wasn’t for you guys we would worry about where we are going to live. You are a hu...
  • August Parents Night In Sep 11
    Supergirl came and recruited another supergirl at our August Parents Night In!  Batman was flying around, too, as they helped lead our two scavenger hunt teams!  Parents enjoyed trivia by t...
  • UniverSoul Circus Performed Sep 11
     It was a circus down here at the RMH!  UniverSoul Circus, that is!  Our families were treated to some private performances from the cast of the UniverSoul Circus!  Dancers, acrob...