FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) -- Families with sick children don't have to spend the holidays away from home.
The Ronald McDonald House at Parkview Health keeps its doors wide open and stays lit with Christmas decorations for those in need of a little cheer.
Come Christmas time, the RMHC staff bump up the spirirt with lights, gifts, ornaments, and even a snowman made from toilet paper rolls.
Chief Executive Director, Jen Veatch, says "it's an honor to serve the families that come through the doors."
Catering to families' needs year round, the Ronald McDonald House keeps hope alive for those doing their best to have a happy holiday.
If you'd like more information about the Ronald McDonald House of Northeast Indiana or ways to donate, click here.
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