Our Families

Hear how our House and Family Rooms have helped countless families.

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Jayline’s Story

Jacky was worried when her usually joyful daughter Jayline became so sick that she didn’t want to play anymore. Doctors discovered a cancerous tumor on her kidney that had spread to other parts of her body. But Jayline is a fighter.

Rudy’s Story

When Joe and Mary took a trip to Montana two month’s before their baby’s due date, they had no idea their son would be arriving early. Mary’s water broke shortly after they saw Old Faithful erupt and the family was rushed, ambulance to ambulance to single engine airplane, from Montana to Salt Lake City.

sweet little girl with medical tubing in her nose smiling warmly

Lynaela’s Story

When Lynaela was born near the end of January 2016, her mother noticed that the baby’s stomach was oddly distended. She checked with her pediatrician in the Four Corners area, but they couldn’t find a cause. On a visit to a different doctor they discovered that Lynaela was experiencing liver failure and immediately referred the family to Primary Children’s Hospital.

Tess sitting with a large group of family members

Tess’s Story

We stayed at the house for almost three months in 2012 when our daughter Tess was born 14 weeks early and stayed in the Nicu in murray. We had no idea how important the house would be to us!

sweet young girl with head wrap smiling warmly

Ali’s Story

Ali has been staying at the House on and off for a few years while she has been battling Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Ali is one of the 670 children courageously facing down cancer – that have stayed at our Ronald McDonald House over the last year.

Rudy’s Story

When Joe and Mary took a trip to Montana two month’s before their baby’s due date, they had no idea their son would be arriving early. Mary’s water broke shortly after they saw Old Faithful erupt and the family was rushed, ambulance to ambulance to single engine airplane, from Montana to Salt Lake City.

sweet little girl with medical tubing in her nose smiling warmly

Lynaela’s Story

When Lynaela was born near the end of January 2016, her mother noticed that the baby’s stomach was oddly distended. She checked with her pediatrician in the Four Corners area, but they couldn’t find a cause. On a visit to a different doctor they discovered that Lynaela was experiencing liver failure and immediately referred the family to Primary Children’s Hospital.

Tess sitting with a large group of family members

Tess’s Story

We stayed at the house for almost three months in 2012 when our daughter Tess was born 14 weeks early and stayed in the Nicu in murray. We had no idea how important the house would be to us!

sweet young girl with head wrap smiling warmly

Ali’s Story

Ali has been staying at the House on and off for a few years while she has been battling Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Ali is one of the 670 children courageously facing down cancer – that have stayed at our Ronald McDonald House over the last year.

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Parents don’t know when their children will need medical help. But they should know they can always access the care they need. And with your help, we can support them all throughout their journey.