February 10, 2012
My husband and I stayed at the RMH Providence during October and November 2009 while our son was in the Women and Infants NICU. I don't know what we would've done without the house. You can feel the kindness and compassion from the moment you walk through the doors. The volunteers are all such wonderful people. Each time we saw them, we were greeted with a smile and asked how our son was doing. I can't tell you how much that meant to us. It was such a relief to know that at the end of our day we knew we would return "home" to a hot meal and smiling faces. The volunteers even put together a Thanksgiving meal for us. That truly touched my heart. We were able to bring our son home on Thanksgiving, but it was very moving to know that these people were spending their holiday at the house, providing a holiday meal for perfect strangers instead of dining with their families. This is a very special place. Although the time we spent there was short in comparison to some families, our lives were forever changed by it. The kindness, compassion and support we were given while there showed us that good still does exist in this world. We will never, ever forget the RMH Providence for all that they did for us.
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