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Mid-Year Report

RMHC Burlington Mid-year report by Sadie Stone

Wow! We’re a Finalist!

Wow! We’ve been nominated as one of the “Best Nonprofit Organization” as a part of the Seven Daysises Awards. As a finalist, WE NEED YOUR HELP, please click below and vote for us one more time! VOTE HERE

Mother’s Day Made Easy

This Mother’s Day, you can honor your Mom while supporting a new Mom… $10 Covers one night stay for a new Mom.$50 Covers a week long stay to keep her close to baby.$150 Covers her entire stay while baby receives care and is ready to go home. Donate by May 8th and get a FREE

Wait-A-Thon Results…

Top Tip Earners: Winner…Jerry TarrantRunner up…Mike FeitelbergHonorable Mention…Lynn Mazza Thanks to all of our amazing servers, team at Waterworks and the generous patrons helped raised $19,267 for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Burlington!

Series: 35 Years of Keeping Families Close

My son Logan was born on June 25th, 2010. He was born in Massena hospital and as soon as he was born I knew something was wrong, he sounded wet when he was breathing. Within 24 hours he was hooked up to all kinds of machines and stuff for his breathing because his 02 stats

A Beautiful partnership

The House That Love Build just received an incredible Valentine’s/Anniversary gift from Perrywinkle’s! This February our friends at Perrywinkle’s Fine Jewelry of Burlington and Plattsburgh hosted a fundraiser for RMHC. They helped us celebrate our 35th anniversary by selling small crafted hearts to display in their store for the two weeks leading up to Valentine’s

35 Acts of kindess

Whether big or small, we’re committed to performing 35 Acts of Kindness this February (but why stop at February?!) in honor of our 35 years at a Ronald McDonald House! We’d love if you joined in! Here are just SOME ideas of things you can do! Shovel your neighbors snowy driveway! Dust off your coworkers

Series: 35 Years of Keeping Families Close

Our son, John Henry, was born 6 weeks early on November 3, 2018. That morning I was transferred, by ambulance, to the UVM Medical Center from our local hospital. My husband followed behind in our car and our older children, ages 8 and 9, waited at my sister’s house for some news. Everything was a