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Review for Ronald McDonald House of Indiana Inc, Indianapolis, IN, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

The Ronald McDonald House of Indiana provides families with a welcoming, home-like setting to stay while their children are receiving critical care from our local hospitals! By providing the comforts of home to the families of these sick children, the Ronald McDonald House is an important piece to the treatment and road to recovery process. During meal times when I've helped serve extra special meals, the families enjoy the opportunity to relax, gain strength from their meal, and find a communal sense of belonging while interacting with other families at the house.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

I have personally seen the benefits of the Ronald McDonald House of Indiana by observing the families receiving their services. As they come in from the hospital where they have spent hours beside their children receiving care, you can see a sense of relief and thankfulness in having a place to call home during their difficult time. Instead of having to incur additional expenses such as hotels or a long commute to and from the hospital, they are relieved to have a place within minutes of their children!

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would expand their facilities. While this would be a difficult endeavor financially, the more families they can serve the better!

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Role:  Volunteer & I help serve meals, improve entertainment facilities within the house, and help drive awareness efforts through the Young Professional Board!.