Ronald McDonald House Camberwell

Ronald McDonald House Camberwell provides free 'home away from home' accommodation for the families of children at King's College Hospital in London. In 2013, the House helped over 320 families stay close to their children in hospital.

About The House

Ronald McDonald House Camberwell is more than just a place to stay. It offers comfort, support, a safe haven where families can share their experiences and know they will always have a shoulder to cry on.

To maintain a degree of normality, siblings and extended family can visit and stay at the House too. We offer normality, somewhere families can call home, when the rest of their world is in turmoil.

The House runs free activities and events throughout the year, including 'Waffle Wednesdays' and seasonal celebrations such as Halloween. Gardening enthusiasts are welcome to potter and plant, and budding arts and crafts designers can see their work all around the House!

  • 24 en suite bedrooms

  • We need to raise £300,000 a year to keep the House open

  • It costs the Charity £25 to accommodate one family for one night

  • An average family stay is 16 nights

  • The longest time a family has stayed in our House is 607 days

Children's services at King's College Hospital is at the forefront of diagnosing, treating and preventing diseases in children. It has the largest liver disease centre in the UK and outstanding intensive care services. The hospital specialises in general medicine and surgery for children, brain disease and liver disease.

Ronald McDonald House Camberwell,
6-9 Windsor Walk,
Camberwell,
London,
SE5 8BB

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0203 040 4000

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"When we finally left the Camberwell House, both Richard and I really missed it and the friends we had made there, but we have lots of lovely memories of our stay. We are so grateful for what the House and its staff did for us; it would have been very difficult to get through each day if it wasn't for the support that they gave us. Words cannot describe how grateful we are; we will never forget it."

Lucy Howells

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