The New Mexico Ronald McDonald House is an 31
guestrooms (5 suites) facility founded in 1982 to provide a temporary "home-away-from-home" to
families with critically ill or injured children who must travel to
Albuquerque to receive medical care for their ailing children.
The Ronald McDonald House is not a hotel or motel,
but a warm and caring home-like environment where families can relax
after a long day at the hospital, attend to daily duties, and find
emotional support among families facing similar situations.
Funds donated to the New Mexico Ronald McDonald House
stay in New Mexico and are used exclusively to fund the operations of
the Ronald McDonald House. This includes providing fully furnished
bedrooms with private phone lines, free laundry facilities, fully
stocked pantry, comfortable family rooms, outdoor play areas, and dinner
prepared by volunteers most nights of the week.
In 2003 the New Mexico Ronald McDonald House provided 5,672 room nights of
lodging to 848 families. Your support makes this possible and we thank