Worksop McDonalds backing Brandon’s campaign

Brandon Craske-Playfoot has cerebral palsy and Worksop Mcdonalds are holding a drive thru challenge to help him raise funds to adapt his home
Brandon Craske-Playfoot has cerebral palsy and Worksop Mcdonalds are holding a drive thru challenge to help him raise funds to adapt his home

Fast food chain backs the campaign to help a little boy from Worksop with cerebral palsy who needs thousands of pounds so his home can be adapted to suit his needs.

Tomorrow, Saturday, November 28 staff at McDonalds, on High grounds Road, will be have two hours to raise as much to help Brandon Craske-Playfoot reach his £50,000 total.

Linda Jordan customer care manager for the store said: “We will be holding a “Drive Thru Challenge”, this tests our staff and challenges them to serve as many cars as possible through the drive thru lane. When we do this we usually donate £1 for each car that comes through in a designated period, usually our busiest. We take donations at the same time.”

Brandon, four, of Nene Walk, needs an extension and his house altering so he can stay and receive care from his parents at home.

The cost of the redesign is expected to come in at £50,000 with Bassetlaw District Council providing the majority but the shortfall has to be made by the family.

The online giving page is available at crowdfunding.justgiving.com/Brandons-Story