MISSOULA — The McDonald's of Missoula and Ravalli counties are showing their support for first responders by giving them free breakfast.
The golden arches of McDonald's are showing their support for first responders in the front lines of the coronavirus outbreak
“We wanted to help out the best way we could, and breakfast is everyone’s favorite and those workers are rushing out there first thing in the morning and we thought it was the best time to do so,” said Edward Kapalczynski.
He is the Director of Operations for Missoula and Ravalli County McDonald’s and wanted to give back to the emergency services workers
Beginning on April 12 first responders can go to any McDonald’s in the Missoula, and Ravalli County areas to receive free breakfast -- until April 16 -- from 7 a.m. until 10 a.m.
Kapalczynski wanted to help the best way he could.
“We are supporting our community, the best way we could and we are doing our part the best way we thought we could for those workers,” he told MTN News.
Kapalczynski wanted to thank the first responders, nurses, and doctors who are on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Just thank you thank you for everything they do and we hope this is hopeful and show our appreciation for them," said Kapalczynski.
All of the restaurants in Missoula, Hamilton, and Lolo are participating.