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Southern California Chapter

Unifying the efforts of our six houses, a camp, two family rooms and other programs, the Southern California Chapter of Ronald McDonald House Charities is committed to creating a community where children and their families embrace life and healing with a sense of hope, enthusiasm, courage and joy.

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Our Houses

Since 1980, the Southern California Ronald McDonald Houses serve as a inexpensive, and often free, “home–away–from–home” for families of critically–ill children undergoing treatment at nearby hospitals and medical facilities.

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Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times

Each year Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times serves an average of 1,500 campers who are children with cancer so they can take a break from hospitals and find an opportunity to just be “ordinary kids.”

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Family Rooms

Our Ronald McDonald Family Rooms provide an “oasis” within the hospital for parents with children in pediatric or neonatal intensive care units; allowing them a chance to sleep, shower and recharge while remaining within steps of their hospitalized child.

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Scholarships & Grants

We support the children of our Southland communities by awarding scholarships to high–achieving high school seniors and providing grants to non–profit organizations working to improve the lives of children.

Our Impact

Woo Family
The Woo FamilyLos Angeles

Wayne and Fanny stayed at the Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House while their son was being treated for cancer. 

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The Oaks Family
The Oaks FamilyLos Angeles

In 2007, Ruth and Jim Oaks stayed at the Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House to be close to their daughter, Katlyn, who was being treated for Mitochondrial Disease at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.

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The Galbraith Family
The Galbraith FamilyLos Angeles

Hazel is a beautiful baby with bright red curly hair, crystal blue eyes and a dazzling smile. When she arrived at the Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House (LARMH) from Tucson, AZ at seven months old, she had orange skin and was waiting for a liver transplant due to neonatal hepatitis.

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The Quiambao Family
The Quiambao FamilyLos Angeles

The Quiambao family stayed at the Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House while Ridge received a much needed liver transplant from his uncle.

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The Carr Family
The Carr FamilyLos Angeles

Deldre and Cheryl Carr of Las Vegas were very excited to learn that they were going to be having a daughter.  Their first daughter Addysen would be about two years old when their second daughter was born.  At the time, they thought their biggest challenge would be having two children in diapers at the same time. 

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Christopher with Tiger Face Paint
The Prado FamilyLos Angeles

When Christopher was 5 ½, he started to become more tired than usual and started to limp. Rosario, his grandmother, noticed something was wrong and after being told that he was fine by their local doctor, took him to Children's Hospital Los Angeles, where doctors confirmed that Christopher had leukemia. 

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Sponsors of Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House

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