Thank you for helping Share A Night with families facing serious childhood illness.
Your Share A Night ornament and greeting card purchases helped provide a full month of overnight stays!
Families that have to travel far from home to get the best care for their sick kids find a “home-away-from-home” at our Ronald McDonald House programs.
Each year, our Share A Night campaign raises funds to help provide a “home-away-from-home” for families of seriously ill or injured children receiving pediatric care in local hospitals. Every purchase and donation helps a family stay close to their sick child and the medical care they need.
2021 Share A Night Ornament
About the ornament:
Laser cut and engraved from a 4.5″ x 6.25″ wooden card, the ornament comes in two pieces that slot together to create a 3D ornament. Also included: two charms and a piece of twine for hanging. Instructions: Twist to remove, slide or snap together, tie included string, hang to enjoy. Optional – use paint, markers, or pencils to make your ornament colorful. Add a drop of glue for a more secure connection.
2021 Share A Night Greeting Cards
About the greeting cards:
Our Share A Night Greeting Cards are specially designed to spread holiday joy! Choose from three designs. Each includes a message sharing how the card helps families served by RMHCDC so your holiday cards will have an extra special touch of care. These high-quality paper cards come pre-folded, packed in cello sleeves, 10 cards per pack, and include a white envelope for each card. Works well with regular ballpoint pens. Cards measure 4.25 x 5.5.
The Gift of Togetherness
When she was 14 months old, doctors diagnosed Alani with Acute Myeloid Leukemia. Alani and her family have stayed at RMHCDC for 4 months on and off between her hospital stays.
Bree, Alani’s mom, says, “RMHCDC made it so we had somewhere to stay together close to where we are being treated.”
Each Share A Night purchase helps provide a stay for families in need. Thank you for making it possible for children like Alani to have the love and support of her family while undergoing treatment for a serious illness.