Ronald McDonald House
Families at the Ronald McDonald House in Minneapolis got a special post-Christmas treat Friday morning. Minnesota Wild Star Ryan Suter dropped by to say hello and hang out.
Some big changes are coming to Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota.
Long-time CEO Dr. Alan Goldbloom is retiring this week after 12 years. Goldbloom grew up in Canada, where he was a child actor. He later became a doctor, and eventually an administrator. When the employees of Children’s Hospitals said their goodbyes to Goldbloom, there was a lot of praise, handshakes and hugs.
This one came to us without a name, but it’s from someone who wanted to know: How do they read our gas meters?
This morning we honor another excellent educator who has gone above and beyond to make a difference in student’s lives. Cindy Britain is a teacher at the Ronald McDonald House who has been inspiring kids in the classroom for more than 30 years.
When it comes to raising money for the Ronald McDonald House Summer Program, it’s all old school. Over the course of five Wednesdays this summer, the Ronald McDonald House, next to the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities campus, is sponsoring lemonade stands to help send children and their siblings on field trips.
An annual race, considered to be the Tour de France of the Midwest, is back in the Twin Cities.
The Ronald McDonald House in Minneapolis is a place for children and their families to stay while kids battle life-threatening illnesses. It provides lots of activities and diversions for its young patients, including an occasional visit from “Dusty the horse.”
While many of us are handing out roses for Valentine’s Day, a Minnesota boy is handing out houses.
The small gesture a Minnesota teenager took sparked a call to help by his entire community.
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The Ronald McDonald House is like a second home for families when their kids are in the hospital — and soon, there will be one in St. Paul.
For more than 30 years, the Ronald McDonald House Charity has been providing shelter and support to families of sick children in the Upper Midwest. And now, for the first time in Minnesota, those services are available without ever leaving the hospital.
Children’s Hospitals and Clinics is now bigger and better. At a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, hospital CEO Alan Goldbloom said the $230 million expansion will add more than 250,000 square feet to the facility.