Those interested in participating in the program will experience the tangible impact of the helping our families directly.
We are forever grateful to RMHC® SCO for giving us and many other families hope, comfort and warmth at a time when it was needed most. The amount of compassion and care we received while staying at the House helped us stay strong for our son. We are so proud of our miracle boy and will always remember what he went through and how far he's come!
When Jamie and I first found out about Caleb having to be transferred to McMaster Children’s Hospital in Hamilton, there were a lot of unknowns – Why was Caleb needing treatment? What needed to be done? How would we be able to be with him? It was very scary knowing I would be separated from my baby only a day after giving birth.
In December 2020 I found out I was pregnant - Tyler and I were overjoyed that our family was growing! Just three months later, we found out we were having a boy. Life as we knew it was perfect.
But then at 27 weeks of pregnancy, life started to change ...
When I arrived at McMaster, Cooper was stabilized in the PICU (Pediatric Intensive Care Unit). My wife and I met with a huge team of doctors, and they informed us that Cooper needed immediate surgery. They did an MRI of him when he was unconscious and showed us the images - which I can say were terrifying.
In October of 2021, our sweet little boy, Thomas, made an unexpected and very early arrival. We were rushed to McMaster Children's Hospital from our local hospital after going into spontaneous labor where he was born at the gestational age of 24 weeks and 1 day.
The day my fiancé, Dustin, and I found out I was pregnant, we were over-the-moon excited - we couldn’t wait to grow our family! That excitement quickly turned to worry at my 20-week ultrasound...
Our story starts with our beautiful little girl, Lilly Marie-Lynn Secord, born at 34 weeks on July 4th. I was pretty sick most of my pregnancy as I have type 1 diabetes-making it extra challenging at times.
Our story starts in the 36th week of pregnancy with our first son, Carson. Through a routine ultrasound it was determined that our little boy had developed congenital hydrocephalus, water on the brain.
My husband and I were so excited to find out we were expecting twins, however when I woke up on March 11, 2013 I knew something was very wrong.
Together, we raised more than $85,000 in our annual FUNdraiser - #familieshelpingfamilies
OTF Grant Gives RMHCSCO fundraising expertise & technology for growth
With a focus on the health and safety of children, families, volunteers and staff, RMHC®SCO is taking every precaution to minimize the spread of COVID-19 throughout our Chapter and our community.
Help us spread love and kindness beyond the walls of our House and Family Rooms by taking part in our Kindness Rocks project! With your help, our Kindness Rocks will travel the world, bringing joy to those who find them.
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