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Stay up to date with news and volunteer opportunities from Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Indiana.

Heart & Hearth – Summer 2022

Heart & Hearth is published twice annually by RMHCCIN for friends of the organization. It's available in print as a thank you to anyone who donates $250 or more annually.

40 From Our 40: Gil Peri

Leader to Leader with Karin Ogden and Gil Peri, President, Riley Children’s Health When did you first experience a Ronald McDonald House (RMH)? “It was in 2007 and I was...

40 From Our 40: Judy Monnier

Judy Monnier first heard about Ronald McDonald House (RMH, now operating as Ronald McDonald House Charities) through her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi. The sorority had recently made RMH its national...

40 From Our 40: Pete Wojtowicz

This is a special year for anniversaries at Ronald McDonald Charities of Central Indiana (RMHCCIN). Not only is the House celebrating a major milestone, Swing for Kids and the event’s...

40 From Our 40: Jodi Miller

Many Ronald McDonald House experiences are happy ones. But not every child survives, and their stories bear witness to the most important service the Houses offers: comfort in the face...

40 From Our 40: Beth Johnson

Leader to Leader with Karin Ogden and Beth Johnson, First Executive Director of RMHCCIN You served the House as the very first Executive Director. What is an accomplishment that you...

40 From Our 40: Andy Harner

Few supporters of the Ronald McDonald House have witnessed more of the institution’s positive effects than has Andy Harner, Riley Children’s Health Clinical Manager for Social Work. Andy first partnered...

40 From Our 40: Nick & Jami Kasprzyk

McDonald’s Owner/Operators Nick and Jami Kasprzyk support the House with fundraising efforts at their nine restaurants in the Terre Haute area, including Round Up for RMHC and giving a penny...

40 From Our 40: Shirley Weesner

Shirley Weesner learned of the Ronald McDonald House in 1985, when her 15-year-old daughter, Sherry, was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Sherry’s doctor told the Cambridge City, Indiana family about...
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