Windsor sees successful results from McHappy Day event

McHappy Day results in Windsor

“Jason Trussell of Windsor Shines as Top Fundraiser on McHappy Day”

Sub-heading: A Remarkable Achievement

Jason Trussell, a franchisee in Windsor, recently made headlines as one of the top two fundraisers in Canada on McHappy Day. His franchise managed to raise an impressive amount of over $235,000, showcasing his dedication to charitable causes.

Sub-heading: Making a Difference

The total raised across the country for Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Canada and various local children’s charities exceeded $8.9 million. Trussell and his team have shown consistent commitment to raising funds for RMHC through various initiatives such as the Big Red Shoe Run, offering free meals to staff in exchange for donations, and urging local businesses to contribute.

Trussell’s team also achieved a remarkable feat by selling over 10,000 pairs of McHappy Day socks this year, further amplifying the impact of their fundraising efforts.

In a statement, Kate Horton, the president and CEO of RMHC Canada, expressed gratitude for the unwavering support from McDonald’s Canada, restaurant teams, and guests on McHappy Day. She emphasized the importance of this collective effort in enabling RMHC to continue providing vital support to families across Canada during challenging times.


Jason Trussell’s outstanding achievement on McHappy Day serves as a testament to the power of community and collaboration in making a meaningful difference in the lives of those in need. As we celebrate his success, let us also be inspired to contribute in whatever way we can towards supporting charitable causes and creating a positive impact in our society.”



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