How You Can Support Seriously Ill Children This McHappy Day

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How You Can Support Seriously Ill Children This McHappy Day mcdonalds.com

This Saturday 17th November help put a smile on the faces of seriously ill children and their families with McHappy Day 2018!

LOCAL ACTIVITIES

McDonalds Shepparton and Mooroopna - $2 from every Big Mac will go directly to Ronald McDonald House Charities or pick-up a pair of $5 McHappy Day socks or a Helping Hand or maybe just make a gold coin donation with one of our Bucket Brigades that will be out in full force on McHappy Day.

McDonalds Seymour - Buy a Big Mac from a local Police Officer and SES member plus purchase a raffle ticket to win a 4.5 kilo Toblerone, lots of games and activities for the whole family, including;

  • Disney themed day
  • Face Painting
  • Balloon Animals
  • SES demonstrations.

McDonalds Benalla - Day at the Movies theme 

  • lolly bags
  • face painting
  • colouring competitions
  • raffles
  • guess how many in the jar comps 

McDonalds Euroa

  • animal themed day
  • face painting for the kids
  • games, raffles, lucky dips
  • a big red fire truck and much more.
As the largest fundraiser for RMHC Australia nationally, McHappy Day is crucial in raising funds for the charity, which helps keep families together while their seriously ill child undergoes treatment.

- RMHC

The day is set aside to raise funds for Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC), with $2 from every Big Mac sold going directly to the charity. It’s the first year that Big Macs have been available ALL DAY with the launch of McDonald’s all day menu.

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You can also donate through purchasing a pair of $5 McHappy Day socks, or $2, $5, $10 or $50 Helping Hands at your local Maccas. Bucket Brigades will also be out and about through the day, accepting gold coin donations.

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