How You Can Help
Your unselfish support of Ronald McDonald House of Buffalo is vital. Without you, we couldn’t provide a home-away-from-home for families with sick children.
In their own words, our families express what a difference the Ronald McDonald House has made in their lives, and how much they appreciate the generous people who make it possible through their donations and volunteer help.
After seven months in Iraq, Major Bill Marlowe expected to go home to North Carolina to meet his youngest child, Madelynn, who had been born while he was deployed. Instead, he was told to go to Buffalo, where the three-month-old girl was hospitalized in stable but critical condition with an infection that caused serious breathing problems. As the family faced spending Christmas away from home with three small children, including one who was very ill, the Ronald McDonald House was there for them.
“I don’t know how I ever would have done it without the House,” said Sabrina, Madelynn’s mother
“We made friends at the Ronald McDonald House,” Sabrina said. “I want people to know how appreciative we are for the support, the hugs and the friendship we found there.”