Mr. Mac’s donates $2K to Salvation Army

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Manchester Salvation Army Captain Michael Harper accepts $2000 check from Mr. Mac’s co-founder Patrick Cain. – courtesy photo

MANCHESTER, NH – Mr. Mac’s last week donated $2,000 to the Manchester Salvation Army “Kid’s Café” program along with a pair of dinners for children at the café.

Opening in 1994, the Manchester Kids Café aims to be a safe place for children to obtain a meal and interact with friends after dark.

“No child in America should be hungry,” states Patrick Cain, co-founder of Mr. Mac’s Macaroni and Cheese. “When we learned about the Kids Café program right here in Manchester, we had to do something to help.”

More information about Mr. Mac’s is available at Mr-Macs.com. More information on the Kids’ Café is on the Manchester Salvation Army website.

 

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