Our Ronald McDonald House program is operated by the not-for-profit organization Ronald McDonald House Charities of Marshfield, Inc. Our House also has the name "The House that Love Built" because it relies on the generosity of many people. The doors of the Ronald McDonald House opened on December 8, 1983, less than 10 months after the Board held its first meeting. People in communities throughout Wisconsin and neighboring states responded to the pleas for funds to renovate an existing structure suitable for the House.
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Tickets available at McDonald's locations in Schofield, Marshfield, and
Stevens Point (Division Street). Cash/check only. Also available online at rmhlove.brownpapertickets.com.
Join Brian and Heidi Fish as they share their story. Their twins Alida and Lucie were born premature, so the Ronald McDonald House eventually became their home away from home, and so much more!
The Ronald McDonald House of Marshfield welcomes families (parents or legal guardians) of seriously ill children, newborn through age 18, who are hospitalized or receiving outpatient treatment...
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Read about some great success stories that have come out of the Ronald McDonald House - Marshfield through the years; learn about the House Highlights; and more in the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Marshfield Fall 2015 Newsletter.
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