- McDonald's added hand sanitiser to is convenience menu with bread and milk
- Hungry punters will see the brand new addition on the convenience range menu
- They will cost $3.50 and all profits will go to Ronald McDonald House Charities
McDonald's has added hand sanitiser to its convenience menu with all profits going towards the Ronald McDonald House Charities.
Fast good lovers will see the new addition to the famous menu after bread, milk and eggs were added to the restaurant's convenience range last month.
There are now 50ml bottles of hand sanitiser available in store or at the drive-thru for $3.50 at McDonald's across Australia.
McDonald's Australia marketing director Jo Feeney said the chain was happy to play an active role in supporting the community.
'At Macca's, we're privileged to be able to play an active role in supporting Ronald McDonald House Charities,' she said.
'It's an incredible charity that plays a vital role in keeping families close during their times of need.'
The funds raised by selling the hand sanitiser will support Ronald McDonald House Charities nationwide.
Chief Executive Officer of Ronald McDonald House Charities Australia Barbara Ryan said she was grateful for the support from McDonald's.
'The donations we receive from Macca's and their customers are critical in helping us to continue to make an impact on the lives of seriously ill children and their families when they need it most,' she said.
'Funds raised from the sale of the hand sanitiser bottles will support us in operating our Houses, Family Rooms, Family Retreats and the Learning Program right across the country.'