No 'celebrities' planned for McHappy Day in Sooke

No 'celebrities' planned for McHappy Day in Sooke

No 'celebrities' planned for McHappy Day in Sooke

On Wednesday, May 2, McDonald's restaurants across B.C. are joining 1,400 restaurants across the country in donating $1 from every Big Mac, Happy Meal or hot McCafe beverage to children's charities. "It would help keep his mind off of treatments for the next day", said Tasha of Ronald McDonald House, adding that for any MRI check up, they can stay at Ronald McDonald House.

No family is ever billed for a stay at the Ronald McDonald house. "This year, we're asking Canadians to pledge their participation in advance of McHappy Day in order to inspire others and drive even greater results, so we can support even more families with sick children".

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The Ronald McDonald house is celebrating a big donation. It's expected to see an increase in families coming through once the nearby children's hospital is built.

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"We did 4,400 Big Macs previous year, 5,200 McCafe beverages and over 2,000 Happy Meals, obviously we're all about breaking our records and getting better and better, so we will track that number throughout the day", says Elaine Kennedy, McDonald's Franchisee Supervisor.

While the goal locally is to raise $200,000, McHappy Day has raised over $67 million since it began 25 years ago.

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The annual fundraiser helps supports around 2,000 families in B.C. and Yukon each year.

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