Friday, November 9, 2007

The House That Love Built

While in Denver, we were blessed to have a room at the Ronald McDonald House. There are no words that can describe what this meant to me. Being away from Family and Home, it was such a comfort to stay at a place that was understanding of our situation. Where we could meet and support other people in the same situation. Where we were humbled and strengthend by the love of the many volunteers.
I am so indebted to them. I will spend the rest of my life trying to repay them for this great service. I plan on volunteering at my local RMH as soon as the RSV season is over but in the mean time, I wanted to draw attention to the great need these places are in to give this wonderful service to those who need it. They are constantly in need of various items to help the house run smoothly and to provide for the people who are staying and are not in a situation where they can provide for themselves.

With that in mind, I want to send out a request to all who read this. If you are looking for ways to show your Thanksgiving this month or for a charity to support during the Holidays, I ask that you please consider donating to the Denver Ronald McDonald House. They have many different ways that you can do this but the easiest would be a cash donation that you can make by clicking HERE. Even a small donation helps!! How wonderful would it be if the staff at the Denver RMH suddenly got overwhelmed with a rush of donations!!

You will never truly understand or appreciate what these donations provide for these families. So, please, believe me when I say it could not be appreciated more.

Thank you so much for any donations you make. It is like you are personally giving ME a gift by doing so. I know you will be blessed for doing so.

Much Love,


  1. I will always leave my change at McDonalds. You and Tammy have both told stories and we have seen so many people they have helped. I might just have to give a shout out.

    Welcome home Noah

  2. Thankfully, I never had to worry about staying at the Ronald McDonald house because we lived pretty close to our hospital. I do, however, know of many people who have had to use it. I like to give here and there for charities like these though. I know how stressful it is to have a child in the hospital, and have to worry about other things, like housing, food, toiletries, etc.

  3. It's wonderful that RMH is available to those that need it. I can't imagine what you would do if you had to worry about housing and everything else in the middle of emotional trauma.


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