BALTIMORE — The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Maryland is making it more convenient for families staying at the house who observe kosher dietary laws.
On Thursday, the house unveiled a first-of-its-kind kosher pantry which will be stocked with Kosher snacks.
The kosher pantry is a collaboration between Ronald McDonald House Charities of Maryland and Chai Lifeline.
"The kosher kitchen at the Ronald McDonald House is going to open the doors for a whole new demographic of Jews all over the world to be able to tap into the medical resources right here in the Baltimore community," said Tzvi Haber, Program Director of Chai Lifeline Mid-Atlantic Region.
Kosher baked and perishable items will be delivered to the pantry upon request.