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Eat at Marie Callenders And Help Support The Ronald McDonald House

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FRESNO, Calif. (KMPH) -

Diners who bring in this flyer while enjoying a meal at Marie Callenders Sunday – Tuesday will automatically give to the charity. Restaurant-goers will give 25% of their total tab (including beverages) to the local Ronald McDonald House. The charity's young professionals guild, PRO (Professionals Reaching Out), orchestrated the event to help raise awareness and funds for the Ronald McDonald House.

"The House is a place that resonates with anyone who's ever had a child in the hospital. It's a charity that crosses boundaries, anyone can find themselves in need of the Ronald McDonald House and we've set out to support them," said Rochele DeLong, PRO Member.  

The charity has a goal of raising $10,000 this Sunday – Tuesday with people bringing in the flyer to the restaurant. That amount will sponsor just under 700 families at the house.  

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