McDonald’s introduces beverage sleeves to support Ronald McDonald Houses across Indiana

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McDonald’s restaurants across Greater Indiana and Southwest Michigan will start selling insulated beverage sleeves for $5 beginning this week to support the Ronald McDonald House Charities in South Bend, Fort Wayne, and Indianapolis.

The “Sleeves for Support” campaign begins May 25 at McDonald’s around Michiana and will run while supplies last.

The beverage sleeves are designed to hold a 30-ounce McDonald’s cup.

The Ronald McDonald House Charities programs help families with ill or injured children stay with their children and be near medical care during a child’s treatment. These programs provide families with home-cooked meals, fully-equipped kitchens, private bedrooms, and laundry facilities.

“The pandemic has added an additional challenge for families who are dealing with a sick child,” said Ronald McDonald House Charities Michiana Executive Director Kierstin Miller. “Despite the changes caused by COVID, we are safely providing assistance to families and appreciate the continued support of McDonald’s customers to help us fulfill our mission.”

“McDonald’s and our customers have been longtime supporters of RMHC and the important support they provide families with sick children and we are excited to continue that support though this year’s Sleeves For Support campaign,” said Lisa Reiser, local McDonald’s Owner/Operator. “This $5 purchase will help families stay together in their time of need.”


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