McDonald’s Restaurants to raise funds for W.Va. flood victims


Staff Report



CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Participating McDonald’s of the Tri-State will be donating a portion of sales from Tuesday, August 2, to victims impacted by the recent flooding in W.Va.

McDonald’s of the Tri-State includes restaurants located in eastern Ky., southeastern Ohio, and central and southern W.Va. Each restaurant will donate a portion of sales from Tuesday, August 2 to the American Red Cross, specifically to support W.Va. flood relief. Customers are invited to visit McDonald’s Tuesday for a good meal and a great cause.

Last month, many areas were devastated by record flooding. Local McDonald’s Owner-Operators in the Cross Lanes, W.Va., area Fred and Andy Haughey provided meals for 600 Red Cross volunteers while McDonald’s restaurants in Charleston, W.Va., provided three days’ worth of breakfast to 90 displaced flood victims staying at the shelter in Capital High School. Most recently, three and a half pallets of cleaning products were donated to the Union Mission in Charleston, W.Va., to be distributed to organizations aiding in flood relief. In addition to these efforts and several smaller individual donations, McDonald’s Owner-Operators have come together to further support flood relief.

McDonald’s of the Tri-State is a partner in the communities it serves.

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