Ronald McDonald House Charities to host Pull Tab ‘Drop Day’

GCA Staff | GCA News

The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville will host a pull tab “Drop Day” celebration on Friday, November 17 beginning at 9 a.m. More than 100 participating schools, parents and children will bring aluminum can tabs to fill giant dumpsters at the Nashville Ronald McDonald House located at 2144 Fairfax Avenue in Nashville to be taken to the recycling center.

Over 40,000 students from schools in middle Tennessee, have been participating in the Pull Tab Collection Challenge since early August and the school raising the most can tabs will win a free McDonald’s lunch. Maverick Whited, with the Nashville Predator’s Energy Team, will be the emcee of the Drop  Day celebration and will announce one school as the winner of the Pull Tab Collection Challenge.

The collection and recycling distribution of can tabs for Ronald McDonald House Charities has given help and care to families while their children receive much-needed medical care. The Drop Day celebration will continue to allow Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville to provide comfort, care and support to ill children and their families.

“Keeping families close” since 1991, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville has provided service and hospitality to more than 14,400 families worldwide. This nonprofit organization provides a “home away from home” for families with critically ill or injured children so they can receive medical care at Nashville-based hospitals.

For more information about Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville, visit rmhcnashville.com or call (615) 343-4000.