Batman helps on McHappy Day
HOLY Big Mac, Batman.
The Dark Knight will grace the good citizens of McDonalds at Tweed City Shopping Centre next Saturday for McHappy Day.
All funds raised on the day through the sale of Big Mac burgers will go towards Ronald McDonald House Charities, which creates finds and supports programs across Australia for seriously ill children and their families.
The national aim is to raise $2.8 million this year.
Also joining the “caped crusader” will be baddies fresh from Arkham Asylum; Catwoman, the Riddler and arch nemesis, the clown prince of crime, The Joker.
Several football players from Seagulls will also be on hand.
Activities include free face painting and free gingerbread decorating.
“It’s going to be a fantastic day. We hope everyone comes out for it,” McDonalds Tweed City McHappy Day organiser Rosemary Crowe said.
“All the money raised goes towards such a good cause.””
On McHappy Day, $1 from every Big Mac, $2 from every Byron Bay Cookie House cookie and all proceeds from every McHappy Day Crazy Straw sold will go towards the Ronald McDonald House Charities.
Batman and his rogue gallery will be at McDonalds in Tweed City Shopping Centre from 11am DST next Saturday, November 13.