McDonald’s owners throughout the Greater Bay Area are partnering with neighboring schools for the McTeacher’s Night event. Each school’s principal and up to 10 teachers will “work” at their local McDonald’s restaurant greeting customers, working the registers, and, in some cases, assisting in the kitchen area with the preparation of food. Families of students and local school supporters are invited to visit their local McDonald’s and support the fundraiser.
“We are delighted to work with our local schools on this special evening to collectively raise money for education on behalf of McDonald’s,” said McDonald’s Owner/Operator Brad Goldblatt.
About Northern California McDonald’s Restaurants
The Northern California McDonald’s Cooperative is comprised of individuals who own and operate 255 McDonald’s restaurants in the 15-county Bay Area region. Northern California McDonald’s owner operators are committed to their communities, supporting programs including the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Bay Area and its core programs, the Ronald McDonald House at Stanford and the Ronald McDonald House of San Francisco, as well as the RMHC Scholarship program and two dental Care Mobile units serving the Peninsula and Contra Costa County.