We have a winner! Congratulations to:
He won the gift pack this week for his wife. Here is his sweet comment: "I'm lovin' it! My wife has worked tirelessly in schools volunteering for any and all our children's projects. She's the best."
Quemaster, I have already sent an e-mail to you requesting your mailing information. Please respond by Saturday to claim your prize.
Thanks to all who entered and a BIG thanks to McDonald's for donating the gift card and coupons!
Stay tuned for next Monday when we have another McMom giveaway and a profile of a local McDonald's owner who is also a mom!
McDonald's is hosting a great McMom's giveaway here on the blog each Monday in May starting May 11! Enter to win a $25 McDonald's Arch Card gift card and eight McDonald's coupons for free menu items!
The McDonald's McMom contest celebrates moms every Monday in May starting the day after Mother's Day - because one day just isn't enough! The winner each week will receive a $25 McDonald's Arch Card gift card and eight McDonald's coupon cards for free menu items including 4 McCafe beverages for mom and 4 Happy Meals for the kiddos!
McDonald’s “Buy One, Give One Happy Meal” Program
McDonald’s restaurants across the Triangle and Sandhills are launching a new program that empowers families to give a meal to a local child in need, with McDonald’s picking up the tab. Each Monday in May starting on May 4, McDonald’s “Buy One, Give One Happy Meal” program inspires families to purchase a Happy Meal, and with that purchase, McDonald’s will donate a second Happy Meal to the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina and Second Harvest Food Bank of Southeastern North Carolina to give to a local child who is food insecure. The program is expected to generate more than 25,000 Happy Meals for local children in the areas covered by these local organizations.
“We are excited about this partnership with McDonald’s because it allows kids to help other kids especially as we end the school year,” said Julia Morales, Program Coordinator at Second Harvest Food Bank of Southeastern North Carolina.
“During the summer months many children miss the support systems for meals at school and through backpack programs. McDonald’s and their customers are helping us deliver a little more happiness to these kids,” said Tyler Weidig, Summer Food Program Supervisor at Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina.
McDonald’s of the Triangle and Sandhills includes 21 counties: Moore, Sampson, Wake, Cumberland, Hoke, Wayne, Vance, Granville, Franklin, Harnett, Person, Johnston, Durham, Wilson, Halifax, Lee, Chatham, Orange, Edgecomb, Duplin and Nash.