Dillard's donated money to the Ronald McDonald house - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Dillard's donated money to the Ronald McDonald house

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Dillard's presented Ronald McDonald House charities with more than 25,000 dollars.

The money comes from cookbook sales over the holidays. Dillard's partnered with Southern Living and Ronald McDonald House Charities to make and sell the cookbooks. A portion of all local sales goes to the local Ronald McDonald house. "I would just like to thank the community of Lubbock and surrounding communities for not only supporting Ronald McDonald House Charities, but supporting Dillard's and buying the cookbooks which make such an impactful gift to us." says Dina Jeffries of the House Charities. "

All the money that has been donated will be used in the house, the three family rooms, and their mobile units.

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