McDonald’s Founder Ray Kroc used to say, “We have an obligation to give something back to the community that gives so much to us.” Today, McDonald’s remains committed to being a good neighbor in thousands of local communities where McDonald’s restaurants operate.

More than 50 years after the Company’s founding, we are still a good neighbor and leverage our size, global reach and franchise model to positively impact the communities we serve. Franchisees and suppliers also support community activities in the areas they serve.

While the expression of our collective commitment to giving back varies from country to country, the Company is globally aligned around two main priorities:

Strengthening Communities
By addressing needs such as education and physical activity.

We are proud to support local organizations in the Bowling Green area including:

  • Bowling Green Fraternal Order of Police
  • Potter Gray Playground
  • Boys and Girls Club
  • National Child Safety Council
  • Special Olympics
  • Stuff the Bus
  • Bowling Green Kids Fest
  • Dream Factory of Bowling Green
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • Bowling Green East Little League
  • Warren County Pee Wee Baseball

Ronald McDonald House Charities®

McDonald’s plays an important role in keeping families together when their children are sick. As the founding mission partner, McDonald’s has helped RMHC® provide a global network of over 260 Chapters in 65 countries and regions around the world, keeping families near the care their child needs.

Food Waste & Donation

McDonald’s believes that good food and precious resources should never go to waste, and we want to use our scale to help tackle this global challenge. We’re working with our supply chain and restaurants to ensure our food serves its purpose, and we’re donating meals and ingredients to feed families in need in local communities across the globe.

Community Support & Crisis Response

With over 38,000 locations worldwide, we are uniquely positioned to give something back to the many communities we serve. Because the majority of our restaurants are run by independent Franchisees, McDonald’s has deep roots in communities and knows how best to be there for them, whether that’s providing a delicious meal, volunteering in the neighborhood or helping during a time of need. COVID-19 has brought many new challenges, but our McFamily has stepped up to support communities during the crisis.