RMHCA goes gold 

“Being able to see our son helps him heal with the love we have”

Ayden’s family didn’t know what they were going to do when they found out that he needed treatment in Birmingham. Living an hour away, they knew that constant commuting to and from treatment could get overwhelming.

The Ronald McDonald House has served them as a space where they can be close to their loved ones in a new city, without having to worry about the financial burden of driving back and forth or paying for a hotel in Birmingham.

Ayden’s mother Janice explains that RMHCA has been so conveniently close to the hospital, and that being able to stay with her son is such a blessing.

With future appointments and surgeries, the Seagle family will be staying at Ronald McDonald House in the future as well. Thankfully, they will never have to worry about where they will stay while getting treatment, as RMHCA will continue to be a home away from home for their family.

Ayden’s parents say that they are so thankful to donors and volunteers that have made their stay at RMHCA happen. They explain that they have so much support through Ronald McDonald House, including kindness, love, and devoted time from volunteers. They are so appreciative for all that RMHCA has done for them and will continue doing for them in the future.

“We’re so very grateful and blessed to be able to stay at the Ronald McDonald House, so thank so much to who all made this possible,” says Janice.

Ronald McDonald House Charities hopes to serve as a home away from home for all 73 families staying with us. Help families like the Seagles by joining our mission of providing families with love and support.