Imagine ordering your favorite items at a fast food restaurant and learning that 20% of the money you’ve spent on yourself will become a donation to the Louis Braille School.
That’s exactly what will happen when you visit McDonald’s at 10124 Edmonds Way in Edmonds on June 3rd, between the hours of 4:00 and 7:00 pm.
Everyone who makes a purchase on that day during those hours will support the education of special needs children who attend the Louis Braille School, because the restaurant will donate 20% of each net sale to the school.
School staff, along with select supporters, will go behind the counter at McDonald’s to stand beside the regular crew, showing friendly and familiar faces to patrons entering the restaurant in support of the fundraiser.
The festivities will include a $1 per ticket raffle for the chance to win a $50 QFC gift card. Young volunteers will be out in the parking lot, holding up signs to inform drivers about the fundraiser and urging them to participate. Inside the restaurant, we’ll hand out information about the school.
If you can’t come by in person, call or email us to ask about buying a McDonald’s gift card. You can use it at any McDonald’s in the U.S., and the purchase will result in a donation to the school.