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WABC Hoppy Spring at RMH-NY

Hoppy the Spring Bunny visited families staying at Ronald McDonald House New York and brought some fun spring treats.

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PIX 11 Sports Nation: Ronald McDonald House NY and NY Rangers host 28th Annual Skate with the Greats

Ronald McDonald House New York Hosted its 28th Annual Skate with the Greats event on Friday March 11that Chelsea Piers and Sky Rink. The event was...

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Fox 5: Good Day Street Talk

This week RMH-NY CEO, Dr. Ruth C. Browne, joined Antwan Lewis from Fox 5 and Dr. Randi Wasserman of NYC Health + Hospitals/Elmhurst to discuss the House’s partnership with Elmhurst Hospital.

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Mastercard: Defining innovation: Dr. Ruth C. Browne

Ask a dozen executives to define innovation, and you’ll likely hear 12 different answers. Become aims to answer this question. This annual researc...

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CBS Local: Miracle on 73rd Street

December 15th was a true Miracle on 73rd Street! Santa was propelled using an FDNY fire truck and waves hello to families through their room windo...

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Fox 5 Feature- Gala

Ronald Mcdonald House New York held its 29th annual gala, on Monday, September 27th. The event raised $3.4 million to support the organization’s m...

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Alexa Bolton WABC Interview

Alexa Bolton was diagnosed with Ewing's Sarcoma at the age of 10. She stays at the Ronald Mcdonald House and is currently receiving treatment. In her interview with WABC news, she remembered the time when she first came to the house, she knew in that moment that it was the kind of place that would provide a much-needed respite from what she was going through.  

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Watch Ronald McDonald House New York's 29th Annual Gala

Since 1979, the Ronald McDonald House New York has been a home away from home for more than 59,000 families with children going through advanced cancer treatment.

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Dorinda Medley Is Listing Her Berkshires Mansion on Airbnb: 'The Disneyland of Housewives'

If you're a longtime Real Housewives of New York fan, chances are you've laid eyes on Blue Stone Manor, the Massachusetts estate that Dorinda Medley calls her second home. The Bravo alum, 56, hosted many extravagant affairs at the 11,000-square-foot mansion throughout her time on the show before announcing her departure in 2020. Now, for the first time ever, fans will have the chance to live like one of the Housewives — for a night, anyway — as Medley is listing Blue Stone Manor on Airbnb, PEOPLE can exclusively reveal.


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Ronald McDonald House New York and the New York Rangers Team Up to Celebrate 27th Annual Skate with the Greats

RBC Capital Markets, National Hockey League greats of the New York Rangers, & the Garden of Dreams Foundation join forces to present virtual ev...

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