You don’t know how much your gift to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Western New York means to us.
It’s only because of generous people like you that the Ronald McDonald House of Buffalo is here to help families like the Marlowes. Without the Ronald McDonald House, the family could not have afforded to travel to Buffalo to get the treatment their little girl needed.
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You may make a secure online donation using your Visa, MasterCard or American Express credit card through PayPal.
Please note that once you have completed your online donation, you will be directed back to our site where an additional form will be presented for you to provide additional information about your donation if you wish.
Other Methods of Giving
A printable donation form is also available, or you may call our office at (716) 883-1177 to make a donation over the phone.
The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Western New York is not a member of the United Way of Buffalo & Erie County, but may receive contributions through the United Way Donor Choice Program. The Charity also receives contributions through the State Employee Federated Appeal (SEFA) and Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) programs. You can designate that all, or a portion, of your employee contribution to the United Way, SEFA or CFC come to RMHC.
Our Families Thank You!
Thank you for helping families like the Dunbars, who are grateful that the Ronald McDonald House will continue to be there in years to come. Little Angelina was born with a brain condition, and follow-up care brings her back to Buffalo often.
“When Angelina was born and everything was so bad, it really helped to be someplace close where you could get to the hospital if you were needed,” said her grandmother, Pat. “We became very good friends with the people who worked there. Being so far away from home, the House gives you a home kind of feeling, some kind of normality. There have been times we didn’t know what we would do without it.”
Here’s what Angelina’s grandmother has to say to you and the other supporters of the Ronald McDonald House: “I hope and pray they never need it, but if they do, it’s the best place to be. It’s the best support group; a haven in a storm. I can’t thank people enough. It’s gotten us through a lot.”