McHappy Day to be held this weekend

Louis Jenkins, Olivia Desmond and Jamie Tuinacau preparing for McHappy Day at Panthers Leagues McDonald’s. Photo: Melinda Jane.
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While the big-name celebrity guests may be off the agenda this year due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, locals can still do their bit for Ronald McDonald House this McHappy Day.

The annual McHappy Day fundraising event is being held tomorrow (Saturday, November 14) and local McDonald’s restaurants will all be participating.

McHappy Day is the largest annual fundraiser for Ronald McDonald House Charities in Australia, raising much-needed funds that help keep families together and provide them with invaluable support while their seriously ill or injured child is undergoing treatment.

There is a range of ways locals can take part in McHappy Day fundraising initiatives.

You can buy a Big Mac on Saturday from your local McDonald’s restaurant or via McDelivery, with $2 from every Big Mac sold going to charity.

You can also purchase a pair of $5 Silly Socks, which will make for a great Christmas stocking filler.

Helping Hands are also for sale for $2, $10 or $50 at local McDonald’s restaurants.

Donations can also be made online at

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