Burger sales help fam­i­lies of sick chil­dren on McHappy Day

Pilbara News - - Business - Tom Zaun­mayr

■ The hun­gry hoards are be­ing urged to make a do­na­tion to­wards McHappy Day on Satur­day to help fam­i­lies stay close to their sick chil­dren and pro­vide treat­ment.

McDon­ald’s Kar­ratha is one of hun­dreds of the well-known fast food out­lets across the na­tion pitch­ing in to raise more than $3.4 mil­lion for Ron­ald McDon­ald House Char­i­ties this month. McDon­ald’s Kar­ratha li­censee Clay­ton McIn­tosh said McHappy Day was a wor­thy cause for lo­cals to get be­hind.

“We hope the com­mu­nity gets be­hind this be­cause the Ron­ald McDon­ald House is used by a lot of peo­ple in the Pil­bara,” he said.

Peo­ple who want to give can buy a “help­ing hand” in store this week, buy a Big Mac on McHappy Day it­self, or sim­ply make a do­na­tion in store or online at www.rmhc.org.au/mchap py­day.

Pic­ture: Tom Zaun­mayr

McDon­ald’s Kar­ratha is one of many to join in the McHappy Day fun.

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