Over $14,000 raised in Fort St. John, Dawson Creek through McHappy Day

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“On behalf of all of us at McDonald’s, I want to personally thank the communities of Fort St. John and Dawson Creek for their help in making the 22nd McHappy Day such an outstanding success,” owner of the local McDonald’s Brian Boresky writes.

McDonald’s restaurants across the county joined together on May 6 to raise money to help children across Canada.

“The incredible generosity of our customers, the enthusiasm of our employees and the support of our special guest volunteers helped our restaurants support the activities of Ronald McDonald House and the local Child Development Centres,” writes Boresky. “Their efforts directly impact the lives of children in need in Fort St. John and Dawson Creek every year, and we’re so proud to be able to provide them with some assistance.”

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A total of more than $4.4 million has been raised through McHappy Day and over $9 million throughout the past year.

“We hope you are as delighted as we are to be a part of this worthwhile cause,” Boresky concludes. “We look forward to continuing this special tradition in the years ahead.”

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