In the support of McHappy Day and to help raise money for Ronald McDonald House Charities, a number of Wanderers’ players will be out in the community today.Visiting their local McDonald’s restaurants, players will be manning the tills, serving in the drive through and meeting fans as McDonald’s raises money to help sick kids and their families.
Moorebank : Lachlan Scott (11am-12pm)
Hinchinbrook : Mario Shabow (11am-12pm)
Rosehill : Liam Youlley (11am-12pm)
Castle Hill : Jackson Bandiera (11am-12pm)
Seven Hills North : Kendall Fletcher and Paige Nielsen (11am-12pm)
Penrith North : Alex Arlitt and Katie Stengel (11am-12pm)
Edmondson Park : Jada Whyman and Casey Dumont (11am-12pm)
Woodbine : Sophie Hancock (12pm-1pm)
Supporting McHappy Day is easy – Australians can drop into any McDonald’s restaurant across Australia and buy a Big Mac, purchase a pair of Ronald Socks for $3, a Helping Hand for $2 or simply make a donation.
All proceeds from Ronald Socks and Helping Hand sales and $2 from every Big Mac will go directly to Ronald McDonald House Charities.
For those who can’t make it to their local restaurant on McHappy Day, donations can also be made via the official fundraising page.
McDonald’s is aiming to raise a record breaking $3.8 million for RMHC, which equates to providing around 28,000 nights’ accommodation for Australian families at one of the 16 Ronald McDonald Houses across Australia.