Fort Saskatchewan’s two McDonald’s locations are all smiles after this year’s McHappy Day.
 
The May 2 event raised over $14,000 for the Ronald McDonald House Charity.
 
Countless community members and over two dozen local businesses showed up to support the cause by buying food or volunteering their time in the kitchen or behind the register.
 
For every Hot McCafe beverage, Big Mac or Happy Meal purchased, McDonald’s donated $1 to the Ronald McDonald House Charity, an organization that provides housing and other services for seriously ill children and their families.
 
“On behalf of the staff and managers of the Fort Saskatchewan McDonald’s team, we can not express how thankful we are to all the volunteers for giving up their time, all the local businesses for their donations, and to all our wonderful guests who opened their pockets to help an amazing charity,” Fort Saskatchewan McDonald’s said on their Facebook page.
 
mcd3$1 from McCafe beverages went to the cause.

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