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Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth announces phased approach to reinstatement of mission during COVID-19 pandemic
FORT WORTH, TX (June 2, 2020) – As part of the global charity, Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC), Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth (RMHFW) is committed to protecting the health and safety of the families we serve. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, RMHFW suspended all programs March 16; however, beginning Monday, June 8, RMHFW will once again accept referrals for family stays from hospital partners in a phased approach.
“Nothing brings us greater joy than a return to operations. Families who were staying at the House remained for the time they needed to stay, and while many families were able to return home during this program suspension time, caring for the comfort of those remaining families was of paramount importance to us. The Ronald McDonald House is a one-of-a-kind charity in Fort Worth and the ability to serve families during times of crisis is what we do best,” Jennifer Johns, CEO.
RMHFW has a reinstatement plan, which guides the organization toward complete mission fulfillment. This plan follows the RMHC Global framework for the safe and sequential reinstatement of program operations. The full plan is available for review upon request; however, click here for an overview of our phased approach to reinstatement.
RMHFW is currently in Phase 3 of the reinstatement plan for accepting new guest families.
All volunteer programs currently remain suspended.
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