Every year, McDonald’s proudly helps Ronald's McDonald's House Charities (RMHC) impacting the lives of more than 5.5 million children and their families worldwide. Many families travel far from home and spend several weeks or months to get treatment for their seriously ill or injured children – a long time to be away or to divide a family.

To help these families stay together, RMHC is committed to support them through housing that’s near the hospitalized child, the expense of staying together in another city, or even getting basic health care in a vulnerable community.

World Kindness Day is observed on November 13, and moved by the organization's unique cause, Telemundo's host Adamari López, influencer Inger Mendoza (Nacho's wife) - along with her kids Miguel Mendoza and Santiago Mendoza - and Univision's talent Maity Interiano celebrated by visiting the local House in Miami to bring joy to the families staying there when they need it the most.

During their visit, they played Bingo and provided gifts to the children, while listening to the families' stories. Find below some photos of the beautiful moments, and if you are interested in donating to RMHC, you can do it online by visiting this link.

World Kindness Day Telemundo's Un Nuevo Día host interacted and listened to the Ronald McDonald House families' stories. Adamari, who had visited the House before, shared how much she values Ronald McDonald House Charities' cause and the support they provide to these families when they need it the most. Courtesy

Adamari Lopez y Miguel Mendoza Telemundo's host Adamari López and the oldest son of Nacho and Inger Mendoza, Miguel Mendoza, livened up the game making everyone involved laugh. Courtesy

World Kindness Day Inger Mendoza, who was visiting the House for the very first time with her sons Miguel and Santiago, was moved by Ronald McDonald House Charities' work supporting families with sick children. Courtesy

World Kindness Day Soraya Rivera-Moya, Executive Director of Ronald McDonald House Charities of South Florida (far left), told the visitors that these joyful moments make a big difference in these families' daily routines and thanked them for the support they provided. Courtesy

World Kindness Day Adamari, Inger and Maity interacted with and encouraged families to join them for a Bingo game. Children and adults alike were happy to spend a fun afternoon with the visitors. Courtesy