370 days ago

Biscuits for Ronald McDonald House

Mr Rental Hawkes Bay

Mr Rental is proud to be a part of the Raise Love with Biscuits campaign. Over the course of 3 weeks (From Monday the 1st of April until Friday the 19th of April) with the help of both the Hawke’s Bay community and any businesses, we are looking to collect 1,500 packets of peanut- free biscuits to support the Ronald McDonald House Charity. Over the past year, Hawkes Bay families have spent 2954 nights in Ronald McDonald house between Wellington and Auckland.

Mr Rental is the Hastings drop-off point for biscuits. So please pop past and bring us your biscuits to support this worthy cause.

For more information please see the Facebook event page www.facebook.com.... Please re- share this message so we can send boxes and boxes of biscuits from the Bay!

Andrew & the team at Mr Rental

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Our products are some of the best in the world.

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