The guests of Ronald McDonald House New York are brave children and families, who have come to New York City seeking life saving cancer treatments available no where else in the World. Our guests come from all 50 states and over 70 different countries and counting.
On July 17, 2014, 5-year-old Olivia Anagnostopoulous left the Ronald McDonald House® in New York City to head back to her hometown of Mahomet, IL. It had been exactly a year since her diagnosis with Ewing’s sarcoma, a rare bone cancer... read more>>
In the Ronald McDonald House New York dining room, Arianna Blanco, 5, is a superstar. She cheerfully greets you as you enter the room, or speaks with remarkable self-assurance when delivering a message to her mother or grandmother as they cook some of her favorite meals... read more>> en español>>
At 4-years-old, Tripp Stratton has enough energy for several children his age. With an active curious streak and a nonstop roving eye for the next fun activity, being in a room with this young man is sure to bring a smile to anyone’s face. What’s also certain about Tripp is that he’s never far from his mother, Ashle... read more>>
When a family is in crisis, the idea of “community” can take on a very different meaning than what it was thought it to be. For the Hester family from Corpus Christi, Texas, their sense of community became that much broader when they came to Ronald McDonald House New York... read more>>
This is nine-year-old Ben Brewer. Ben and his family stay at Ronald McDonald House New York while he receives treatment for neuroblastoma... read more>>
The first time you meet 11-year-old John Fitzgerald Clarkson, Jr., it’s very likely that you’ll be taken aback by his outspoken curiosity. You will also be charmed by Fitzgerald’s wit, enthusiasm for learning new things, and gregarious personality... read more>>
Carlos was 13 years old when he was diagnosed, so for him it was like a big adventure. He said, ‘I’m going with my mom to New York!... read more>>