BALTIMORE — Local Macy's stores are helping the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Maryland get into the holiday spirit.
Monday employees stopped by the house to transform it into a winter wonderland. They decorated the home with garland, trees, lights, and more.
"For us to be able to create an environment that feels warm, and loving and cozy in a time in their lives when everything else is turned upside down with the added layer of COVID on top of that just is a beautiful thing,” said Ronald McDonald House Charities of Maryland President and CEO Sandy Pagnotti. “We hope that what this does is give them comfort and joy in the holidays, and when they come home to the Ronald McDonald House, they feel somewhat of what they might feel like when they're going home to their house."
The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Maryland is the only Ronald McDonald House in the state. It has been home to more than 40,000 families since its founding in 1982.