You Can Help Adorn the Doors at Billings’ Ronald McDonald House
I've written before about the Ronald McDonald House and how much the organization means to my family. We stayed in the Salt Lake Ronald McDonald house on two different occasions and the services they provide for families with sick kids are pretty amazing.
A safe, comfortable place for families to stay.
Billings leads the state with excellent medical facilities and families travel from across the region to get treatment and care that many of the smaller hospitals in Montana can't provide. One of the biggest expenses for those families is often paying for a hotel room for days (or weeks) while their child receives care.
You can help by purchasing a colorful paper flower.
Guests at the Ronald McDonald House don't pay for lodging or food, helping make a stressful situation a little easier. Our Ronald McDonald House, located within easy walking distance to both Billings hospitals, is hosting a fundraiser called "Adorn the Doors...with petals of inspiration." Organizers say,
When a donation is made, a colorful flower is created and is used to decorate a guest’s room door. Entering and exiting a guest room that has been adorned with beautiful inspirational flowers helps to brighten the day or night for our families.
You can donate as little as $10 for a paper flower and donors are encouraged to leave a positive message of hope on their flower. The flowers will adorn all 20 guestroom doors with messages of inspiration. The fundraiser runs through the end of April. Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Montana breaks down how your donation dollars help families:
- $25 donation buys a week’s worth of on-the-go lunches and snacks
- $50 donation buys 2 Night’s Lodging for a family of 4 guests
- $75 donation helps fill their pantry with comfort food for the families
- $125 donation covers the “true cost” for 1 night’s stay including common area space and laundry facilities
You can donate and find more information here.
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