Greater Atlanta McDonald’s Owner/Operators to Award $40,000 in Grants to Local Area Students
The local franchise McDonald’s owner / operators across Greater Atlanta have kicked things up a notch this fall and want to help local students reach their full potential through an exclusive grant program.
There will be 12 “Golden Grants” awarded to Atlantans this year. Activities that qualify for a Golden Grant include arts and crafts programs, education initiatives, mentorship and empowerment programs, after-school programs, community service outreach, sporting programs and activities, and more.
“Golden Grants was created to be a resource for teachers and other individuals who are working hard to positively impact the lives and minds of our students,” said Dave Hamilton, a local McDonald’s Owner/Operator. “We’re excited to fund this program as we recognize the importance of education and contributing to communities throughout Greater Atlanta.”
Anyone that fuels the imagination, education and growth of K-12 students can apply for a Greater Atlanta McDonald’s Golden Grant by November 2, 2018.
For official rules and to enter for a grant, please visit the GoldenGrantsATL.com. The grant recipients will be announced on Dec. 18, 2018.
Golden Grants is one of many ways local McDonald’s Owner/Operators are contributing to the Greater Atlanta community. Last year, with support from their customers, the Atlanta Operators contributed more than $1 million to the Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities to support the city’s two Ronald McDonald Houses, Ronald McDonald Care Mobile and Ronald McDonald Family Room.