Keeping families close when it matters most
RMHC of Marshfield keeps families with sick children close to each other and the care and resources they need.
The Ronald McDonald House of Marshfield (Wisconsin), provides a temporary home away from home and gives support to families seeking medical care for their children, free of charge.
The Ronald McDonald House of Marshfield does not mandate the COVID-19 vaccine for any guest as a requirement to stay at the House.
The health and well-being of the children and families we serve remains our top priority and we will continue to take the appropriate precautions to mitigate the spread of all viruses and sicknesses, including COVID-19.
Each Ronald McDonald House is part of Ronald McDonald House Charities – a diverse and expansive global charity – but is governed by its own Board of Directors, which sets policies and guidelines for its individual House.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Marshfield supports families during their child’s medical journey. We seek to alleviate the emotional, financial, and practical burdens a family may face so that they can focus on what matters most – their child’s health, wellbeing and recovering. We keep families close because healing happens together.
Guests are invited to stay at our House at no cost to families, which removes a major barrier for those who may not be able to afford alternative accommodations. Annually, Ronald McDonald House of Marshfield serves more than 40 0families, who stay for more than 5,400 nights. In order to receive the best possible treatment for their seriously ill child, families must often travel far from home. Last year, families traveled from outside Marshfield city limits to as far as 989 miles away.