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Taco Bell® Franchisee raises $41,000 for local Boys, Girls Clubs

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FRISCO, Texas, April 21, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Taco Bell® Franchisee, North Texas Bells, raised $41,693 for Boys and Girls Clubs of Collin County that will benefit their after-school science programs for all 3 campuses. The two-week fundraiser temporarily replaced donations raised through the Round Up program, which helps fund programs such as the Taco Bell Foundation’s Live Más Scholarship.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Collin County (“BGCCC”) consist of 3 campuses benefiting the cities of McKinney, Frisco, Plano, and Princeton. Currently, serving youth ages 5 to 18, providing them a safe place to learn and grow into productive, caring, responsible citizens.

The after-school science programs provide kids with a safe, supportive place where they can get creative, fail without judgement, and persevere. The programs offer activities that relate to real-world experiences and career exploration.

North Texas Bells celebrated the donation raised last Wednesday, April 14th with the BGCCC Frisco Campus. The Taco Bell food truck served tacos and bean burritos for the kids and volunteers during the event. McLane Food Services not only donated bottled water for the event but sent a truck to the campus and provided 1,200 bottled waters for the campus, as their water fountains cannot be used due to Covid restrictions.

For more information on the BGCCC, visit BGCCC is a 501(c)(3) organization.

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