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  1. Watching the Winds of Change

    Reba’s Heroes: A Series Highlighting Our Wonderful Volunteers

    Due to COVID 19, we had to cancel our annual volunteer luncheon that we hold to honor our amazing volunteers! In our effort to cover the many aspects of volunteering at Reba’s Ranch House we found a plethora of wonderful stories.Read the rest

  2. Creative Holiday Gift

    “I have the most wonderful fans and I’m always so touched by gifts that people send, but what would truly touch my heart is to see that someone chose to make a donation to Reba’s Ranch House.”

    Reba McEntire


    Let Reba help you become a last-minute holiday hero

    Looking for a creative, last-minute holiday gift?… Read the rest

  3. Buffets of Blessings

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    Reba’s Heroes: A Series Highlighting Our Wonderful Volunteers

    Due to COVID 19, we had to cancel our annual volunteer luncheon that we hold to honor our amazing volunteers! In our effort to cover the many aspects of volunteering at Reba’s Ranch House we found a plethora of wonderful stories.Read the rest

  4. COVID-19 Precautions for Reba’s Ranch House

    Our process during COVID-19

    Reba’s Ranch House is following and observing federal, state, and local regulations for healthcare housing facilities. Our stringent policies are updated frequently and they include:

    Coverin’ Up the Cowboy Way

    ALL in the House are required to wear cloth face coverings when in contact with guests or other staff.… Read the rest

  5. Reba talks about Reba’s Ranch House

    Reba talks about her wish for Reba’s Ranch House

    Reba’s Ranch House, the only named charity of Reba McEntire, is open to anyone who needs a place to stay when you have a loved one in the hospital. Watch Reba talk about the purpose of Reba’s Ranch House and how it helps care for the caregivers.… Read the rest

  6. Making Room for Hope

    Reba’s Heroes: A Series Highlighting Our Wonderful Volunteers

    Due to COVID19, we had to cancel our annual volunteer luncheon that we hold to honor our amazing volunteers! In our effort to cover the many aspects of volunteering at Reba’s Ranch House we found a plethora of wonderful stories.Read the rest

  7. 50-Year Journey of Courageous Caregivers

     

    “Mom, you okay?” Blake asked.

    Cheryl Ginnings jumped out of her chair, shocked that her 47-year-old son had spoken to her from his hospital bed. Cheryl had just returned from the hall where she’d gone out to cry, not knowing if Blake would survive this latest challenge. … Read the rest

  8. Watching Her Husband’s Hospital Window from Reba’s Ranch House

    She could see the window of her husband’s hospital room

    From her room at Reba’s Ranch House, Angela Farmer could see the window of her husband’s hospital room. Despite them both being in isolation because of the COVID-19 quarantine, she could stay connected with Alan, her husband of 16 years, through the closeness of Reba’s Ranch House.… Read the rest

  9. Mothers Stay Close to Their High-Risk Babies

    Separating mother and baby can cause trauma

    When a mother is told she’s being discharged from the hospital before her newborn baby, fear sets in. How will she bond with her baby if she lives an hour away? How can she afford to stay in a hotel for potentially months until her baby is ready to come home?… Read the rest

  10. A Place to Put Your Feet Up

    Sitting in a hospital waiting room chair for hours and hours. Legs dangling. Blood circulation cut off. This takes a heavy toll on a caregiver’s body, as was happening to Elisabeth Pacheco and her nieces.

    “You don’t realize the impact that has on your body to not lay down or put your feet up,” Elisabeth says.… Read the rest

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