As part of a global network of local family restaurants, McDonald’s and our owner operators are proud to give back to the communities we serve. Whether it’s supporting a local sports league, helping talented young athletes, or taking steps to improve our neighborhoods, our support reflects our commitment to you and our communities.
McDonald's All American High School Basketball Games
Every year, McDonald’s brings the top high school basketball talent in the nation together to raise money for Ronald McDonald House Charities. These future superstars face off at an annual McDonald’s All American High School Basketball exhibition game at the end of the season. Alumni include some of the biggest names in basketball history!
The Games return to Chicago on April 2, 2014. For more information about the event, including history, highlights and the 2013 recap, please visit www.mcdonaldsallamerican.com.
Camp Mickey D’s
Sybel Pici, owner of three McDonald’s restaurants in Texas, created Camp Mickey D’s—an innovative program that helps students come to grips with the demands of the workplace, while making the connection between school and work. The annual training camp is held at local McDonald’s restaurants, and now serves 38 high schools in 14 school districts.
Making Mentorship Work: The Reggie Jones Story
A McDonald’s owner has made it his mission to make a difference. Reggie Jones and his wife are dedicated to improving their neighborhood, one step at a time.
McDonald's Philadelphia Sends 15 Students to College
For the past 7 years, McDonald’s franchisees in Pennsylvania, in association with Ronald McDonald House Charities, have awarded college scholarships to 15 high school seniors annually. The RMHC/African American Future Achievers Scholarships are awarded based on academic achievement, community service and financial need.