UK: RMHC celebrates Legacy of Dr Audrey Evans


UK: The Ronald MC Donald House Charities celebrated the Legacy of the Mother of Neuroblastoma and the Co-founder of the first Ronald McDonald House, Dr Audrey Evans; today said, Dr Audrey Evans’s greatness has undoubtedly something to celebrate.

The Ronald MC Donald House Charities, or RMHC, took to their social media on Wednesday, April 12, 2023, shared about celebrating the leadership of Dr Audrey Evans, who is also known as the Mother of Neuroblastoma, Dr Audrey Evans is also the Co-founder of Ronald MC Donald Houses Charities, She was known as the Mother of Neuroblastoma because of her work for neuroblastoma.


The RMHC shared that Evans has left a lasting legacy of helping children when they need it most, and they are forever grateful for the incredible impact she had and will continue to have on millions of children and their families. The RMHC expressed their gratitude to Audrey Evans for her greatness and efforts in serving the life of children and their Families.

They also shared that Audrey Evans has a realization that the families of the children that were being treated at her centre had no place to stay and would often get separated to different locations, so she arranged to buy a home for them, free of cost, which is currently now in more than 50 countries and 300 cities to serve the children and their families in terms of health and their togetherness. Evans has always invested herself in the sake of serving and helping others and making their lives better.

The Ronald MC Donald House Charities, or RMHC, was cofounded by Evans to serve children & families worldwide through their well-organized campaigns and family-centred programs, which promote health & togetherness among ordinary youth across the world. At last, the RHMC urged people to Join them to celebrate the life of the extraordinary woman Dr Audrey Evans on April 13 at 7 pm.

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