The Gold Coast Titans are proud to have again supported McDonald’s McHappy Day, with a host of players visiting stores across the region to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House Charities.

McHappy Day is now in its 28th year, with $2 from every Big Mac sold on the day going directly to support seriously ill children and their families as they undergo treatment.

Titans prop and McHappy Day ambassador Jarrod Wallace spent the morning at the Merrimac McDonald’s store, working the grill and spending time with workers and customers.

At the South Tweed store, Tyrone Roberts and Mitch Rein were on deck to serve customers, while Titans lock Jai Arrow joined representatives from the Queensland Rugby League helping out at the Aspley McDonald’s store in Brisbane.

Last year, McHappy Day raised $4.9 million dollars for Ronald McDonalds House Charities, assisting 57,000 families around Australia with support and accommodation while their children underwent hospital treatment.

Hopes are high that last year’s donation will be matched or bettered by the 2019 McHappy Day campaign, and with all Titans players reporting a busy day at “the office”, that lofty target is within sight.