Ronald McDonald House - Fayetteville
In Washington Regional's Women and Infants Center
Located on the 4th floor of Washington Regional’s Women and Infants Center tower in Fayetteville, the Ronald McDonald House is a 6,200 square foot space designed to provide a place of rest and relaxation to families of children age 21 and under who are receiving medical treatment. The House is equipped with six bedrooms with private en-suite bathrooms, individual locked storage closets, laundry room, showering facility for day-use, fully stocked kitchen, dining room with room for up to 40, coffee bar, living room, and playroom. We support both daytime visitors as well as overnight guests and provide dinner each night. These amenities and more are all offered at no cost to families.
Since opening our doors on December 20th, 2016, we have served over 1,682 children and families from the community.
“We are so thankful to have gotten to stay in the Ronald McDonald House. The staff was so friendly and cared about why we were there. It was comforting to meet other families that were going through similar situations as us. We are so thankful that strangers care enough to have a place for families to stay together during such difficult circumstances.” – Jessica