Twenty staff members from the McDonald’s Putney restaurant generously volunteered their time at the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability on Tuesday 11th June.
Since 1982, McDonald’s UK has been working with the local community in a project previously branded as ‘Love Where You Live’ day and this year renamed ‘Keep Up the Clean Up.’
In recent years, staff volunteers have litter picked in problem areas around Putney, but this year they wanted to do contribute a little extra to the community. Positively Putney put them in contact with the RHN corporate team.
The amazing group of volunteers worked hard in the RHN gardens, sanding and cleaning old benches before varnishing them, ready for summer.
The RHN team reported: “The benches really do look amazing and completely transformed. Patients, their families and also staff spend many hours in the beautiful gardens on these benches, so I know it will be appreciated by everyone at the RHN.”
Juwel Ahmed, Business Manager from McDonald’s Putney said: “It was a great job done by all the staff involved and we are pleased to have done something for our local community. We hope that by doing community projects we are giving something back to the community and can help where it is needed.”