Oldham restaurants are new Community Partner
McDonald’s restaurants in Oldham have teamed up with Oldham Athletic Community Trust to become the new ‘Community Partner’ of the Boundary Park club.
Funding from McDonald’s involvement will help the Community Trust deliver the many community programmes they run throughout the borough.
"To attract support from a company such as McDonald’s will help us to showcase the great work they carry out and I can’t thank them enough for joining with us as the club’s Community Partner."
"The Community Trust undertakes invaluable work within the area and represents the football club in a superb manner.
Latics’ Sales and Marketing Executive David Broadbent said: "I’m delighted to have McDonald’s involved with the Community Trust.
"The support they have given us is invaluable and will help to maintain and run important projects we are currently running with the community."
Oldham Athletic Community Trust Participation Officer Martin Vose added: “I would like to say a huge thank you to McDonald’s for their support and sponsorship of the Community Trust.
"We’re very much looking forward to working together to support the work done by the club and the community trust. Playing an active role in the local community is very important to our business and this link up will enable us to support the local community even further."
Simon Forrest, Consultant for McDonald’s in Oldham, said "We’re delighted to team the restaurants in Oldham up with our local club as the new community partner.
Pictured at the Bury game (from left): Mascot Chaddy, Steve Roberts (Community Trust), Roy Whittaker (McDonald’s Business Manager Huddersfield Road), Helen Jackson (McDonald’s Business Manager Broadway), Martin Vose (Community Trust), Simon Forrest (McDonald’s Operations Consultant), Kim Berry (McDonald’s Business Manager Oldham town centre); Kevin Wild (McDonald’s Assistant Business Manager Broadway), David Broadbent (Oldham Athletic Sales and Marketing Executive).