It’s been one of THE hot ticket items throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. And now, global burger purveyor McDonald’s has announced that it is adding hand sanitiser to its menu.
Available from Wednesday 27 March, the sanitiser will be available via contactless drive-through and take away and is the latest addition to the fast-food chain’s convenience menu that includes the likes of milk, eggs, muffins and bread rollls.
Best of all though, you can grab your Macca’s sanitiser safe in the knowledge that you’re doing your bit to help sick kids with 100 per cent of the profits going towards Ronald McDonald House Charities Australia (RMHCA)
“At Macca’s, we’re privileged to be able to play an active role in supporting Ronald McDonald House Charities. It’s an incredible charity that plays a vital role in keeping families close during their times of need,” McDonald’s Australia marketing director Jo Feeny said.
“This week, we’ve added bottles of hand sanitiser to our convenience menu and will be donating 100 per cent of the profits from the sanitiser directly to RMHC. The funds raised through this initiative will support RMHC programs right across the country.”
RMHCA CEO Barbara Ryan added that funds raised from the sale of the hand sanitiser would go a long way to supporting the charities Houses, Family Rooms, Family Retreats and Learning Programs.
“McDonald’s is a fantastic supporter of Ronald McDonald House Charities, who’ve been with us day-in-day-out since we started in 1981,” she said.
“The donations we receive from Macca’s and their customers are critical in helping us to continue to make an impact on the lives of seriously ill children and their families when they need it most.”