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Phone: 3172670605
435 Limestone St
Indianapolis
Indiana 46202
USA
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Target demographics: Families of seriously ill or injured children being treated in Indianapolis-area hospitals needing a place to call home in their time of need.

Direct beneficiaries per year: More than 3,000 families are served annually with lodging and day services.

Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: prepare a meal for the families, preform a service project, volunteer at an event, or organize the pantry.

Geographic areas served: All Indiana counties, as well as other states and countries.

Programs: Overnight lodging and day services for families receiving treatment at Riley Hospital for Children, or other Indianapolis-area hospitals.

Mission:
The Ronald McDonald House of Indiana provides a supportive home-away-from-home for families of seriously ill or injured children receiving medical care at Riley Hospital for Children and other Indianapolis-area hospitals.
Results:
In 2010, the House provided lodging services to 1,495 families and day-respite services to 2,860 families from across the nation.

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07/05/11
Ronald McDonald House of Indiana is doing spectacular things for Indiana families during a difficult time in their lives. I served dinner there as a part of the Young Professionals Board and was able to actually meet and serve the several families staying at the House. It was helpful to actually ... more »
06/29/11
My husband and I stayed at the Ronald McDonald house two different times in 2008 while our son was undergoing surgery for a heart defect. We were given a room right away each time because of our particular circumstance. It provided us a way to sleep, and take shower but still be close to our son ... more »
06/29/11
On October 25, 1996 my 7 month old son, William, was diagnosed with Infant acute lymphocytic leukemia (Infant ALL) with a 19% cure rate. My wife and I took William to Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis for what would end up being 2 years and 3 months of treatment. At the time Will was ... more »
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