Eat a Macca's dinner to support 24 Hour Fight Against Cancer

Bite into a burger: Warren Morrison and Sue McGarrity, organisers of the 24 Hour Fight Against Cancer. Picture: Chris Lane
Bite into a burger: Warren Morrison and Sue McGarrity, organisers of the 24 Hour Fight Against Cancer. Picture: Chris Lane

Grab a Macca's dinner on Wednesday and help to raise some money for one of the Macarthur distict's most important charities.

Fifteen McDonalds restaurants across Macarthur are hosting Charity Fun Nights in August to raise funds for 24 Hour Fight Against Cancer Macarthur.

The fun nights will take place from 5pm to 7pm or from 3pm to 5pm in food court restaurants on Wednesday, August 21.

Ten per cent of the proceeds from the events will go to the charity to help fund Macarthur-based cancer services.

Macarthur McDonalds licensee Peter Meadows encouraged local residents to head to their closest Maccas to help out.

Charity Fun Nights are an easy way for the community to assist 24 Hour Fight Against Cancer Macarthur in providing support to people currently going through cancer treatment, he said.

As part of our ongoing commitment to support the local Macarthur community, were incredibly proud to play an active role in raising funds for such a worthy cause.

The participating restaurants are Narellan Town Centre, Macarthur Square, Campbelltown Mall, Campbelltown, Minto, Glenquarie, Woodbine, Mt Annan, Eaglevale, Narellan, Rosemeadow, Camden, Gregory Hills, Spring Farm and Emerald Hills McDonald's restaurants.

McDonalds Macarthur restaurants have been proud supporters of 24 Hour Fight Against Cancer Macarthur for more than 10 years.

The charity supports Macarthur residents with equipment and services they need to assist in the treatment, care and comfort of children and adults dealing with cancer.