Fife McDonald’s staff raise over £7000 for charity

Employees at McDonald’s restaurants in Fife have raised a whopping £7280 for Ronald McDonald House in Glasgow after taking part in the company’s ‘Map the Mac’ challenge

Wednesday, 12th May 2021, 12:30 pm

Staff in Leven, Glenrothes, Bankhead Park, Kirkcaldy, and two restaurants in Dunfermline got involved in the challenge and between them £7280.

The teams competed against other McDonald’s restaurants to cover 1100 miles across Scotland by walking, running, cycling or swimming.

Ronald McDonald House Glasgow provides a cost free ‘home away from home’ support to thousands of families with long-term or seriously ill children in hospital.

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McDonald's Bankhead Park employees.

Franchisee Jimmy Patrick, who owns four of the McDonald’s in Fife that took part, said: “I’d like to thank all of the dedicated employees for all of their hard work and commitment, as well as everyone who donated to such a worthy cause.

"Map the Mac was a brilliant way for employees to get together, have fun and exercise outside, whilst raising vital funds for the charity at the same time.”

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