April 14, 2023

McHappy Day is on Wednesday, May 10 and we couldn't be happier!

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Your support on McHappy Day makes a BIG impact!

When you visit McDonald’s on McHappyDay, you support families like the Mitropoulos family who stayed at RMHC Toronto on two occasions while their children were receiving treatment at a nearby hospital.  

In an average year, RMHC across Canada supports over 26,000 families and we couldn’t do it without your help. With your support this McHappy Day we can help more families from your community stay close, because when families stay together, sick children get stronger. 

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How you can help support RMHC across Canada this McHappy Day:

Order your faves on McHappy Day

Order your faves on May 10 at McDonald’s or through the McDonald’s app. A portion of proceeds from ALL McDonald's menu items sold ALL day will help families with sick children. Can’t make it to a restaurant? Order McDelivery via Uber Eats, SkipTheDishes or DoorDash and receive a $0 delivery fee on a McDonald’s order of $20 (plus tax) or more!

Get your McDonald’s x Peace Collective merch

McDonald’s x Peace Collective merch is back! Proceeds from every purchase will support RMHC across Canada. Get yours before it’s gone!

Donate $2, $5, or $10 at McDonald’s

Donate $2, $5, or $10 at your local McDonald’s and you’ll receive a McHappy Day heart to write your name on and show your support for your local House.

Get your McHappy Day socks!

Purchase a pair of McHappy Day socks* for $5 (plus tax) at participating McDonald’s restaurants and through the McDonald’s app! While supplies last.

Want to help even more families from your community? You can make a direct donation. 100% of your online donation through this website goes back to supporting RMHC programs across Canada. 

Meet more families that have been supported by RMHC across Canada through programs like McHappy Day:

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Ronald McDonald House Toronto

The Audia Family

Meet the Audia Family :)

The Audia family stayed at Ronald McDonald House Toronto for 170 nights while their infant daughter Rosalie was waiting for a heart transplant

See their story
The Garniss Family
Ronald McDonald House London

The Garniss Family

See their story
The Chikuse family
Ronald McDonald House Calgary

The Chikuse Family

During her treatment, Tanya and her family stayed over 220 nights at the Ronald McDonald House in Southern Alberta. But when she found out she would be strong enough to go home, she felt bittersweet about leaving the House.

See their story