Volunteer Lynne Welock from RBC is flanked by McDonald's employees (from left) Miranda Urquhart

Gallery: McHappy Day

McHappy Day in Revelstoke raises $5,030.13 for the building of the new and bigger, Ronald McDonald House in Vancouver

McHappy Day in Revelstoke raised more than $5,000 for Ronald McDonald House in Vancouver on Wednesday, May 8.

The fundraiser saw $1 from every Big Mac, Happy Meal and McCafe beverage go towards the house. Volunteers from throughout the community, including Annie Hewitt from the Times Review, showed up to help out.

Ronald McDonald House is a place where families can stay while their children received treatment at B.C. Children’s Hospital in Vancouver.

Check out the photo gallery above for some photos from the day.

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