Ronald McDonald Charities Delivers $95,000 to Muskegon Area Kid Focused Charities - Lauren Stanton Reports

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A press conference was held Monday Dec. 10th at the East Apple Avenue McDonald’s to announce $95,000 in donations to 3 Muskegon area charities. 
 
Ronald McDonald House Charities is giving $60,000 to Kids Food Basket Muskegon, $25,000 to the West Michigan Symphony, and $10,000 to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Lakeshore.
 
Lauren Stanton had a chance to talk with McDonald’s owners Matthew and Lori Schulz, as well as Kids Food Basket Founding CEO, Bridgett Clark Whitney.  Take a listen to the chats and watch it all unfold today!
 

 

  Great things happen every day in Muskegon.  They happen from the people and business here and the Ronald McDonald Childrens Charities reach goes so far beyond their primary purpose of helping give rest to parents of kids who need treatment.  If you'd like to know more about Ronald McDonald Childrens Charities, click on their logo below.  

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