McTeacher’s Nights offer McDonald’s the opportunity to support our community through a fundraising event held at our restaurants. Schools, or other organizations such as libraries, fire departments and sports teams, receive a donation based on a percentage of sales that are generated on a specified evening. Principals, teachers, school administrators or organization representatives assist with the event, selling cookies in the lobby, welcoming guests to the restaurant and helping with other assigned duties. McTeacher’s Night is the trademarked names for all of these events and the guide is written with school fundraisers in perspective, however the process and elements involved in a fundraiser for any organization is the same as for McTeacher’s Night.
As your local McDonald’s I would like to take this opportunity to invite you and and your school to participate in a unique event that will increase school spirit and generate considerable excitement in the community, while also raising funds for your school’s needs.
This special evening will give your school the opportunity to raise funds for programs, equipment or any other special projects.
How does it work? While your students, their parents and other school supporters are having a great time dining at McDonald’s, you and your staff are working behind the counter. As a bonus for your staff’s efforts, we will pay your school a percentage of sales of all sales garnered during the program’s three-hour period. Last year participating many schools raised over $1,000 in one evening.
McDonald’s is committed to education, and as a McDonald’s owner/operator I am also dedicated to making our local communities a better place. I would love to have the opportunity to partner with you and your school for “McTeacher’s Night” at any of my restaurants.
Dias Management Inc is proud to be part of the Ronald McDonald House charities.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern Arizona, a non-profit, 501(c)(3) provides comfort and support to families and children facing serious illness or injury. The Ronald McDonald House, provides a “Home Away from Home” for families who must travel to Tucson for medical care.
“FC Tucson Soccer League seeks to contribute to the continued positive development of youth in our community by providing recreational, instructional and competitive soccer opportunities that grow character, sportsmanship, encourage physical fitness and a healthy lifestyle, while furthering love for the game of soccer. As well as supporting the development of the student athlete in our community.”
Paul started his career over 30 years ago when he was hired as a crew member in Turlock, California. He has worked his way through the ranks and now owns and operates many restaurants in Southern Arizona. Paul is a perfect example that if you dream it, believe it, and work hard, McDonald’s is not just a job, but a career with endless opportunities. Paul is “An average guy, who was given a extraordinary opportunity.”
Paul contributes his success to his team of supervisors, managers, and crew. He empowers them, and gives them all the tools, resources, and training to deliver outstanding Quality, Service, and Cleanliness to all our customers each and every day.
Paul is married to Nelie and they have two daughters Megan and Lindsey. When not working Paul enjoys traveling, cycling and spending time with his family. He also is a big University of Arizona sports fan and enjoys attending Sports events at the University.