Ronald McDonald House at Stanford offers a warm, home-away-from-home environment, primarily for families caring for critically ill children receiving medical care at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford. All programs are designed to provide a sense of normalcy for families whose lives have been turned upside down by serious illness.
Family Support Services (FSS) is committed to creating a community where children and their families embrace life and healing with a sense of hope, enthusiasm, courage, and joy.
megaBITES presents an impactful volunteer experience that leverages community and corporate support to provide hot, nutritious meals for 123 families staying at Ronald McDonald House at Stanford every day.
Camp Ronald McDonald is a 10 week program where children of all ages can be themselves and have fun!
Most camp activities take place at the House where campers will participate in activities such as cooking, outdoor play, science projects, gardening, and more. Lunch and snacks are provided daily. Once a week, campers take a chaperoned trip to a local activity or attraction.
The Day Pass Program extends House amenities to even more families of critically ill children by offering services during designated hours to families not currently staying at the House.
Participating in The Wishing Tree program is a wonderful way to support families residing at Ronald McDonald House at Stanford and a meaningful holiday activity for families, schools, businesses, Scout troops, and office parties.