Hope Is Growing

HOPE HAS GROWN at Ronald McDonald House at Stanford!

We're thrilled to finally cut the ribbon and welcome 67 families to their new home-away-from-home at the Arrillaga Family Center! Check out this fun video from our Grand Opening ribbon-cutting ceremony and celebrate with us. Our ‪#gratitude‬ goes out to everyone in our extended House community who helped make this moment possible. Thank you!

We Keep Families Together

Basic Agency partnered with Ronald McDonald House at Stanford to create a short video covering all of the amazing things they do for families with critically ill children.

We Make Families Feel at Home.
Your Donated Vehicle Can Help.

By donating a vehicle to Ronald McDonald House, you make it possible for families with sick and injured children to support each other during difficult times. That’s why we make it easy to donate. We pick up your vehicle for free, and the proceeds from its sale allow families to be together when family matters most. You may even qualify for a tax deduction.

Call or visit online to donate your vehicle today: 855-426-2477


Various programs are designed to provide a sense of normalcy for families whose lives have been affected by serious illness.
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Meals for Munchkins

After a long day at the hospital, enjoying a nutritious dinner is the best therapy for families. Various organizations and groups have volunteered to make home-cooked meals for those staying at the House through our Meals for Munchkins program.

It's Time for Team RMHS!

Team RMHS is back with an exciting new training program to help you complete the Big Sur Half Marathon.

We've joined forces with the Children's Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Center at Stanford Children's Health to offer a season's worth of professional training. CLICK TO LEARN MORE ABOUT TEAM RMHS TODAY!

Thank You to Our Design Partners and San Francisco Design Center!

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone who has helped make Where Hope has a Home: Interior Design Tours a great success!

Thanks to Where Hope Has a Home, the year-long collective efforts of 48 designers and San Francisco Design Center, our new House expansion has been transformed into an oasis of tranquility and hope. Our amazing new House is gaining notice and being appreciated as a masterpiece of design intended to impart comfort and love to families caring for critically ill children.

We're especially proud that Where Hope Has a Home has been featured in a 30-page spread in the premier designer magazine San Francisco Cottages & Gardens February edition. Click the image above to view stunning photographs of some of the House's family suites and common areas.



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