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Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hawaii’s 30th Anniversary

In celebration of its 30th Anniversary, the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hawaii will be carrying out their national promotion for its Shamrock Chocolate Madness products that will amplify the buzz about the seasonal popular shakes. McDonald’s of Hawaii is donating 25 cents from every Shamrock Chocolate Madness product sold from February 21 to March 20 to our organization. McDonald's of Hawaii has supported RMHC-Hawaii since it opened its first House in 1987.

RMHC-Hawaii has two residential facilities – one at Judd Hillside and the other on Oahu Avenue – that are in continual operation 24 hours, 365 days a year to provide comfort and support for more than 400 families annually.

For more information, visit the Ronald McDonald House website by clicking here.

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