Downtown McDonalds helping with Turning Point fundraiser

Turning Point Domestic Violence Services is having an opportunity this weekend to help the agency’s Raise the Roof fundraiser, thanks to the downtown Columbus McDonald’s location.

The agency has been working to raise $25,000 to replace the roof on the emergency shelter and transitional housing. That will be matched by a $25,000 grant from Dave and Jo McKinney, says Elizabeth Jones, vice president of resource development for the non-profit agency.

The Third Street McDonald’s in downtown Columbus will be selling punch cards on Saturday and Sunday for $20, with half of that going to the fundraiser. The punch cards are good for one sandwich on the menu, once a week all year long. The cards are also good at McDonald’s owned by the same franchisee in Brownstown, Trafalgar and Franklin.

Turning Point works to end domestic and dating violence in  Bartholomew, Brown, Decatur, Jackson, Jennings, Johnson and Shelby counties.

If you have any questions you can call  Turning Point at 812-379-5575