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McHappy Day returns to Canada on September 22 in support of children’s charities

In celebration of the 27th McHappy Day, McDonald’s Canada is donating a portion of the proceeds from every menu item sold on September 22 supporting Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC), and other local children’s charities.

In the weeks leading up, guests can purchase McHappy Day Digital Hearts in-restaurant for a $2 donation that comes with a digital “thank you” video from a Canadian athlete, celebrity, or RMHC family. Guests will also have the option to donate $5 to add a pair of exclusive McHappy Day x Peace Collective socks to any Extra Value Meal order.

Guests can support by purchasing in restaurant, through the McDonald’s app, via the drive-thru, and McDelivery.

All proceeds from the McHappy Day x Peace Collective merchandise collection, available at participating restaurants, will go to RMHC programs across Canada and local children’s charities.

Guests can also round up on any order at participating restaurants to support RMHC all year long or visit rmhc.ca for more ways to support.

“We are excited to welcome back McHappy Day this year and ecstatic about offering our guests more ways to support than ever before,” said Jacques Mignault, president and CEO, McDonald’s Restaurants of Canada. “Family and community are at the heart of McDonald’s core values and McHappy Day allows us to continue our coast-to-coast support for RMHC, as every purchase directly supports Canadian families in need.”

“The impact and support from coast-to-coast on McHappy Day is truly remarkable. From McDonald’s franchisees, to crew members, and guests—we are so grateful to our communities that rally together to support RMHC in our mission to keep families together and close to the healthcare their sick child needs,” said Cathy Loblaw, CEO, RMHC Canada. “We can’t stop until all families in need can receive the comfort and care of RMHC–annually thousands of families never make it off of our waitlists. Together with the generous support of Canadians, we can help even more families during their most challenging time.”


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