Burger sales help families of sick children on McHappy Day
■ 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.
McDonald’s Karratha is one of many to join in the McHappy Day fun.