Christmas Giving Tree for Domestic Violence Victims and Struggling Families at McDonald’s in Roseland

GIving Tree at McDonald's in Roseland.
GIving Tree at McDonald's in Roseland.

McDonald’s in Roseland has chosen to utilize their giving tree this holiday season to ensure domestic violence victims and struggling families have a Merry Christmas.

When Management at the Roseland McDonald’s asked Guest Services/Community Events Manager Frank Nolan who he felt was in the most need, he replied, “Domestic Violence Victims and Struggling Families.”

How the giving tree works

If you can afford to help those less fortunate this year, please visit McDonald’s located at 13395 US Hwy 1, in Roseland, in the Riverwalk Shopping Center. 

When you enter McDonald’s, you will see a Christmas tree beautifully decorated with tags. Chose a tag(s) from the tree, purchase the item(s) you have selected, and return the gift(s) to this location.

Please return all gifts to the restaurant before the close of business on December 23, 2020. 

Last year’s giving tree 

Last year’s giving tree was a great success. The McDonald’s crew and community were able to help brighten the holiday season for lots of Sebastian River High School students in need. Hopefully, this year will be as successful for domestic violence victims and families in need.

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