Contribute now to help McDonald's workers earn a living wage

McDonald's took in more than $5.5 billion in profits last year, but millions of its employees are still making wages so low that they're often forced to choose between paying rent and buying food.

If we are going to close the economic opportunity gap it is crucial that wealthy corporations like McDonald's start paying their employees fairly.

Chip in to fuel our campaign to help McDonald's workers earn a living wage.

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