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McDonald’s Raises More Than $30,000 for Patients at Allied Services

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McDonald’s Raises More Than $30,000 for Patients at Allied Services

The Mueller family, representing 19 regional McDonald’s restaurants, recently presented a check in support of Allied Services and Team Allied Services and You. The annual charity campaign raises funds and awareness for children and adults with disabilities at Allied Services.

The donation represents proceeds from a “Large Fry” fundraiser conducted at Mueller Family McDonald’s restaurants in Lackawanna, Lehigh, Luzerne, Susquehanna, Wayne, and Wyoming County. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of every large fry was designated for Allied Services during the month of September.

The fundraiser kicked off on September 1, with staff at each of the Mueller Family McDonald’s restaurants wearing the Team Allied Services and You fundraising shirts. Additional funds were raised through the sale of the wristbands. In total, the initiative raised $30,791.75.

“Our organization is proud and honored to support Allied services and the work they do for children. I am especially appreciative of our crew and managers who rallied around the mission of rehabilitation for mobility impaired children. Their engagement in this campaign made it so successful,” commented Christina Mueller, McDonald’s Owner/Operator.

Mueller Family McDonald’s are long-time supporters of Allied Services, and proud 2022 major sponsors of the Team Allied Services and You charity campaign. On November 6, local runner Krista Smith will represent McDonald’s and Allied Services in the TCS New York City Marathon. She joins a team of 73 other runners from around the United States and beyond who are running and raising funds for the non-profit health system.

Every day, Allied Services touches the lives of more than 5,000 people in homes and facilities throughout Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania. The non-profit health system’s continuum of care for people with disabilities, chronic illness, and life-changing injuries includes physical rehabilitation, skilled nursing, pediatric services, behavioral health programs, residential programs, vocational training programs, and hospice and palliative care.

PHOTO ID: Shown from left are Attorney Bill Conaboy, President & CEO, Allied Services; Jim Brogna, Vice President, Strategic Partnership Development, Allied Services; Krista Smith, RN; Paul VanDame, Store Manager, McDonald’s in South Scranton; Christina Mueller, McDonald’s Owner/Operator; Taylor Noldy, People Experience Lead, McDonald’s.