Saturday, March 12, 2016

A Visit to the New Ronald McDonald House at Stanford

Join in a visit to Ronald McDonald House at Stanford.
After parking the car at the "old" building...
(Click on photos to enlarge)
...we walked past continuing construction/landscaping projects to the "new" building...
The Lobby with the "Wishing Tree"

Toddler and Teen Rooms

The Nook

Meeting Room

Exercise Room

Video Room

Conference/Multi-Purpose Room

...almost ready.....

Walking into the Kids...

...and Great/Family Room

Dining Room

A paper sculpture by Jeff Nishinake

Cozy Nook in Dining Room

Volunteer Kitchen

Lots of Freezer Space
Family Kitchen
Lots of storage for families

Upstairs: one of several Lounges/Sitting Areas

One of 4 Laundry Rooms

Double Guest Room

Each guest room has a bath

All rooms were decorated by architects, interior decorators...

Sitting area in guest room

"Hoping this image will inspire healing, care & community during the guests' stay" (per artist)

View of LPCH symbol from upstairs bedroom

Whimsical bathroom wall fixture

A different layout for a double room with sitting area

Elegant touches in a guest room

Sitting room.....

Work area in guest room; view into adjoining bath room

Another Lounge

Luisa Pliska, PAA Packard Pantry & Cookbooks, talking with one of many volunteer guides

Not everyone had a chance to visit this wonderful new building, so I hope you have enjoyed this limited tour to view these much needed rooms at Ronald McDonald House at Stanford.

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