By The Guardian Staff – 3 March 2017 03:15:46 Fast food chain McDonald’s and Burger King are offering discounts to cancer patients who can afford them.
A number of fast food chains are now offering discounts on items like burgers, french fries and sandwiches to patients who need them.
The new offer is part of the Food & Beverage Act (FBA), which will come into effect on January 1.
It was announced by Health Minister Sajid Javid last week.
McDonald’s is offering a free breakfast meal for anyone who qualifies, as well as free delivery of a sandwich for patients.
The company said the offer was made possible by the FBA’s “specialised delivery service”.
McDonald’s said it was committed to supporting patients and their families and to “building on the success” of its delivery service.
Burger King has been providing the discounted offer since February.
The chain has already announced it would be offering a special promotion to help raise funds for the cancer charity Fight for the Cure.
A new McDonald’s drive-thru offer to cancer sufferers was launched on Thursday.
In addition to free meals, patients will also receive a free item at the restaurant, with an option to receive a gift basket, which will be given to those with a “very low income” who have no access to bank accounts.
A burger with fries will cost £4.99 in the drive-through window, while a sandwich will cost between £3.99 and £4,99 in a drive-in.
The offer is valid from 11:00am to 11:30pm and will be available until March 31.
McDonalds and Burger Kings said the drive by offering discounted food to cancer victims would be the “ultimate” offer to help them raise money.
McDonald employees will also be offering discounts for those who wish to make a donation.
Burger Kings boss Kevin Rees told the BBC the company had seen an “unprecedented response” to its drive-by offer.
He said it would help “get more people into treatment” and also improve the chain’s finances.
The drive-to-your-seat scheme has been in place since January 2016.
Dr Stephen Silliman, the head of the Royal College of GPs, said: “We’re very pleased to see that we’re seeing a very, very positive response from the FFA to the drive to your seat initiative.”
This is a great first step in helping to raise awareness about the benefits of driving to your seats and giving cancer patients a taste of their own medicine.
“More patients have taken part in the FFTS drive-home scheme than ever before and this is another step in supporting the patients and supporting the families of those with cancer who are in need of these highly effective treatments.” “
Burger King and McDonald’s are both the only fast food chain to offer a discount to cancer survivors. “
More patients have taken part in the FFTS drive-home scheme than ever before and this is another step in supporting the patients and supporting the families of those with cancer who are in need of these highly effective treatments.”
Burger King and McDonald’s are both the only fast food chain to offer a discount to cancer survivors.
McDonald says it offers free meals to cancer patient’s “every day” The Royal College said the new offer from McDonald’s would help raise money for Fight for Cure.
The charity has said it has seen an increase in calls and emails from people wanting to make donations.
It said: We have seen an overwhelming response to the McDonald’s offer to provide free McDonalds meals to those who have cancer.
McDonald’s CEO Steve Easterbrook said the move was aimed at helping “cancer patients get access to the highest-quality treatment available”. “
Our priority now is to ensure that the drive towards a cancer free society continues and that those with money and dignity can access the highest quality treatment available.”
McDonald’s CEO Steve Easterbrook said the move was aimed at helping “cancer patients get access to the highest-quality treatment available”.
He said: This is the ultimate first step to helping to ensure cancer patients have access to high-quality treatments available.
“This is the first step that will allow us to make sure the cancer community has access to some of the highest standards of care available.”
We will continue to make our drive to a cancer-free society a priority, so we can focus on our core values and provide an excellent service for our customers.
“The drive is a response to a number of other recent events.
Last month, Burger King announced it was offering free meals for cancer patients, and this week, McDonald’s announced it had offered free meals since December.
Burger king has also offered free burgers to cancer families, with more than 500 people participating in the offer, including patients, their relatives and friends.
The move comes after the charity announced it is asking McDonald’s to increase its “satisfaction guarantee” by at least £1,000 per customer to help pay for treatment.
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