April 19, 2022

McHappy Day is on Wednesday, May 11, and we couldn’t be happier!

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What is McHappy Day?

Every year, McDonald’s® Canada franchisees and Crew across the country host McHappy Day, an annual day of community giving to support Ronald McDonald House Charities and other local children’s charities across Canada.

Who are you helping on McHappy Day?

In an average year, RMHC® supports more than 26,000 families from over 3,400 communities across Canada. Through 33 programs (16 Houses and 17 Family Rooms), across the country, we provide families with a place to stay together and close to their sick child in hospital. Since the first House opened in Toronto in 1981, RMHC Canada has helped over 436,000 families with sick children stay together.

Louisa, Cindy & Taylor stayed at RMHC Ottawa for 245 nights.
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How to support RMHC on McHappy Day

1. Order your faves on May 11 at McDonald’s or through the McDonald’s app. 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 $15 (plus tax) or more!

3. For a limited time, purchase exclusive merch from Peace Collective.

4. Donate $2 at McDonald's and you’ll receive a McHappy Day heart* with a special video message.

5. Buy a pair of McHappy Day socks* for $5+ tax at McDonald's or though the McDonald's app.

Your support on McHappy Day helps families like the Thomsons, who have stayed at RMHC in Toronto, Saskatchewan and Alberta for over 700 nights.

With your support, we can help even more families when they need it most. 

Meet more families that have been supported by RMHC.

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RMHC 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 Chikuse family
RMHC Alberta, Calgary House

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
The Rumsby family
RMHC Atlantic

The Rumsby Family

Michelle Forrest retreated to the Ronald McDonald Family Room during her son’s brain cancer treatment. It was there that she found the strength she needed to return to Michael’s bedside

See their story