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House Heroes Contest: Rena Krell

McHappy Day 2018 was a record-breaking success thanks to the efforts of McDonald’s employees around BC and Yukon. This month we were thrilled to recognize one incredible “House Hero” from McDonald’s who went above and beyond to raise funds and awareness in 2018.

“We Have a Village Behind Us”

For the past 7 years, Amy Labonte and her son Seamus, who is living with Cystic Fibrosis, have travelled from their Whitehorse home to Vancouver over 100 times for to undergo testing, see specialists, and receive care that they are unable to get at home. They recently shared what RMH BC means to them.

Meet Marek

Cancer fighter Marek from Whitehorse, Yukon, has stayed at the House 35 times for a total of 496 nights! He knows what it’s like to lose his hair — so he decided to grow it long and donate it to another kid who needed it. Last month he finally had his hair cut and is now raising funds to support families like his that depend on Ronald McDonald House.

McHappy Day Keeps Families Close

On May 2nd, McHappy Day brought together McDonald’s Restaurants, RMH BC families and communities across BC and Yukon to raise funds and awareness for Ronald McDonald House and children’s charities. Our staff and families spent the day visiting McDonald’s...

Meet Keira: Skating to Keep Families Close

When her teacher asked her class to make a positive impact in the community, Keira Jamal embraced the challenge. With the support of family, friends and the community, Keira was able to raise $5300 for RMH BC! Find out how she did it.

Meet The Robillards

Most parents never expect that one of their children will need a Ronald McDonald House – but for the Robillards, RMH BC runs in the family! The House has been a community of support for this Dawson Creek family twice, when 4-year-old William and 13-year-old Stephanie needed treatment in Vancouver two years apart.

Meet Abby

12-year-old Abby Cavanaugh from Nanaimo never thought she’d be spending almost a year away from home, but Ronald McDonald House has helped her stay connected to family and take courage from new friends – including a Vancouver Canuck.