A Charlottesville store is giving back to the community with handmade crafts being sold for a good cause.
The annual Holiday Bazaar at DLH Designs benefits the Ronald McDonald House of Charlottesville. Store employees prepared a year in advance sewing, painting, and crafting items to sell.
The Ronald McDonald House provides families a place to stay while their children are undergoing treatment at the University of Virginia Medical Center.
"Folks have become wonderful supporters of the house and the event and if they can't make it then they donate and it's just become a wonderful thing for us,” Rita Ralston, executive director, said.
The event ran from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
Donations to Charlottesville's Ronald McDonald House can be made online, in person, or by mail.
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