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The name of the charity is: Ronald McDonald House of Dallas. After first use, it can be abbreviated to RMHD and/or the House.
Established in 1981, the Ronald McDonald House of Dallas has served as a home-away-from-home for more than 31,000 families of seriously ill or injured children who have traveled to Dallas seeking medical treatment in area hospitals. By providing a caring, supportive, home-like environment, the Ronald McDonald House of Dallas keeps the family intact and helps allow a family to establish a normal routine in the midst of crisis. It also provides families with the opportunity to share their concerns with other families in similar circumstances.
The Trains at NorthPark
The Trains at NorthPark is the largest fundraiser for the Ronald McDonald House of Dallas and is viewed by more than 80,000 people each season. This year, the Trains celebrate their 25th anniversary of supporting the Ronald McDonald House of Dallas.
The Trains at NorthPark, presented by Bank of Texas, is one of the most elaborate toy train exhibits in all of Texas. Set on 1,600 feet of track, the trains roll on a journey across America past scenes of downtown Dallas, the Cotton Bowl and the State Fair of Texas, New York City, Washington, D.C., New England, the Grand Canyon, Route 66, Santa’s North Pole, San Francisco and various cross country highlights. The exhibit encompasses more than 4,000 square feet of train themed environments, with all the trimmings of the holiday train travel experience.
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