Room Request

About This Campaign

Room requests can be made when a child age 21 or younger is being treated at a local Westchester Hospital. A room request is not a guarantee of a room. It is simply a request. House staff will contact you to let you know the status of your application. Should you have any questions, please call the House directly at 914-493-6455.

Location / Venue

  • Address:
  • 80 Woods Road
  • Valhalla, NY 10595
  • USA
Ronald McDonald House of the Greater Hudson Valley

Campaign to Support Ronald McDonald House of the Greater Hudson Valley

At Ronald McDonald House of the Greater Hudson Valley we envision a world where all children have access to the medical care they need, and their families are fully supported and actively involved in their children’s care.  Thanks to our community of supporters we can offer families compassionate care by creating and running programs aimed at improving the health and well-being of sick children and their families.

When a child is battling a medical crisis, our House provides families with all the comforts of home and eases some of the burdens they face every day. Together, we continue to enable access to medical care for seriously ill children, allowing a family-centered care approach to treatment and giving families what they need most during this critical time -– each other. 

Ronald McDonald House of the Greater Hudson Valley has twelve bedrooms, each with a private bathroom and two full size beds. Families accepted into the program will be given thirty days to occupy the house unless their child is: 1) moved to a non-critical unit of the hospital, 2) discharged from the hospital, or 3) does not comply with house policies.  Families may be given extensions based on the child's medical status or how far the family lives from the hospital.

Room requests are not approved on a first come, first serve basis. Rooms are given out based on how critical the child is and how far away the family lives. 

Please note that Ronald McDonald House is a communal living environment.  Failure to comply with House rules may result in eviction from the program.