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  • A Step-By-Step Guide to Fundraise Using Instagram, Facebook and Venmo   First, you’ll want to visit your Instagram or Facebook profile and select the blue plus symbol to create...

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  • There’s a TikTok video of a mother, father and daughter, and as you watch, you can’t help but smile. You see the joy in their faces, the radiant...

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  • As we navigate the uncertainty of COVID-19, Ronald McDonald House Charities in Omaha is committed to providing a safe and supportive environment where families with hospitalized children can heal together. Since March 2020, we have made significant changes to our operations to ensure the health and safety of our volunteers, employees and, of course, the critically ill children and their families that count on us

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  • Mike and Tia Jilg understand what this year has been like for you. They know what it’s like to be concerned with a contagious disease and to be isolated from friends and family. They know how stressful it is to meticulously plan every outing, taking every possible precaution to protect loved ones, particularly those who are significantly at-risk. They know how the constant worry and feelings of loneliness can lead to fear and exhaustion.

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  • At the beginning of the year, September 11, 2020 was a night planned to be the annual Wings & Wheels gala – a night of viewing exotic cars and aircraft in a private airplane hangar, complete with local gourmet small bites and cocktails, entertainment, and a live auction, all in person. Come mid-June, we knew that we would need to pivot this year, adjusting to the challenges of a global pandemic. In a time where the world faces so many challenges, we find opportunity and new ways of supporting the families who need us most. 

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  • At Ronald McDonald House Charities in Omaha, we’re used to dealing with changing circumstances. But five months ago, we – and all of you – experienced changes unlike anything we’ve seen in our 26 years of existence. We’re used to caring for immune-compromised children and their families, but the coronavirus pandemic has also caused us to cancel events, in-person programs and volunteer activities, and most significantly, prevented us from accepting new families for roughly 90 days.

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  • The average American has roughly a 40 percent chance of developing some form of cancer during the course of their life, according to research by the American Cancer...

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  • As guests enter Ronald McDonald House Charities in Omaha, one of the first things they’ll see is the toy room – a glass-encased space with a Werner Enterprises...

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  • Facing a medical crisis is a daunting task for any family, let alone one whose child has a condition nearly unheard of, anywhere. Parents can feel isolated and...

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