McDonald’s in Macarthur has once again made a significant contribution of $5386 to local youth charity, Youth Solutions, and its initiatives for drug and alcohol prevention.

This was a portion of sales from 17 local McDonald’s restaurants during a Charity Fun Night last week.

The night not only underscored the enduring partnership between McDonald’s in Macarthur and Youth Solutions but also demonstrated the collective commitment to the welfare of young people in the community.

Expressing gratitude for the generosity shown by McDonald’s in Macarthur and the wider community, Youth Solutions Chief Executive Officer, Geraldine Dean, emphasized the crucial role such support plays in enabling the charity to continue its vital work.

Ms. Dean remarked, “There’s a growing demand for our work and services. We know how pivotal it is for us to be delivering our tailored, evidence-informed education programs to make a positive impact on as many young people as we can.”

Local licensee, Peter Meadows, echoed this sentiment, expressing McDonald’s in Macarthur’s dedication to supporting local youth and its pride in the success of the 2024 Charity Fun Night.

“We are the largest youth employer in the Macarthur region and also connect with many young customers – we appreciate the difference our support can make,” Mr Meadows said.

The participating McDonald’s restaurants in the initiative included Narellan Town Centre, Macarthur Square, Campbelltown, Minto, Glenquarie, Woodbine, Mt Annan, Eagle Vale, Narellan, Rosemeadow, Camden, Gregory Hills, Spring Farm, Emerald Hills, Oran Park, and Ingleburn.

(Photograph from last year’s Charity Fun Night)