RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
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4560 Fountain Ave Los Angeles CA 90029 USA
The mission of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California is to provide comfort, care and support to children and families in Southern California.
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At Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California, we express our mission through our programs, which include six Ronald McDonald Houses in Bakersfield, Loma Linda, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Orange County and Pasadena., two Ronald McDonald family rooms, our own camp for kids and families with cancer and other medical needs (Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times), a community grant board, and four educational scholarship programs and boards.
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I FIND THAT CHARITIES HELP THE IMPOVERSHED,HELP REACH COMUNTIES AND COUNTRIES TO HELP
GUIDE PEOPLE ON PATH OF FREEDOM.THOSE SOME OF US LIVE IN RCH BUSINESS SOCIETY IT HELPS THOSE INLESS EMPOWERED ENVOIRMENTS SEEK THE AWARDS WE SELDOM DONT SEE OTHERS LIVE IN UNEDUCTAIONAL ,POVERTY AND LESS SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES .I HAVE DONEVOLUNTEER WORK AND GAVE TO CHARTIES SUCH ORGS AS ST.JUDES CHILDREN CANCER SOCIETIES AND CHILDREN CHRISTIAN FUNDS EVERY TIME YO BUY A HAPPY MEALOR MCDONADLS BURGER YOUR HELPIUNG PLENTY MORE ..IAM A FACEBOK ADMIN ON FACEBOK I DEAL WITH OVER BILLION PEOPLE A DAY LIKE THE GOLDEN ARCHES OF MACDONALDS .PLEASE GIVE SPONSOR IT HELPS.I HAVE OFTEN BOUGHT MCDOANALDS FOD SINCE A CHILD IT WAS HONOR TO SEE RONALD MCDONALD ..I SOMETIMES PASS BY THERE I REMMBER IT GOT STRATED IN SAN-BERNADION CA REMMBER THE FIRST TIME GOING..
I stayed at the RMH when my daughter was in Loma Linda Hospital approximately one month. They were so kind and gracious to me. I feel heartfelt warmth everytime I think of this organization and all who dedicate their lives to helping support the parents of ill children.
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