The princess of the town has visited a McDonald’s restaurant this Thursday to learn about all the preparations for the celebration of McHappy Day, which will take place this Friday, December 2. On this charity day, all the proceeds from the sale of the Big Mac heart and some fun stuffed animals will go entirely to the Ronald McDonald Children’s Foundation.

With your visit, bethlehem esteban has shown its support for this initiative and has given visibility to the Foundation and the work that McDonald’s does during McHappy Day, the company’s most charitable day, and has invited everyone to participate in this day.

The Foundation offers a “home away from home” to families with children suffering from long-term illnesses in Spain and its purpose, through the Ronald McDonald Houses, is to create an environment where the child can lead a normal life while receiving medical treatment. .

During this visit, the star collaborator of Save me has assured: “I have had the opportunity to learn first-hand about the work carried out by the Ronald McDonald Foundation to keep families together in difficult circumstances. For this reason, I wanted to join the celebration of McHappy Day, the most supportive day of McDonald’s , in which 100% of the sales of Big Mac heart go to the Foundation. I encourage everyone to go buy your Big Mac tomorrow.”

With the collection obtained from the sale of Big Macs, both individually and as a menu during McHappy Day, the financing needs of a year in a Ronald McDonald House are covered. In addition to this charity day, McDonald’s constantly contributes to maintaining the Foundation’s work by directly donating a percentage of its annual sales and through its kiosks in more than 560 restaurants.

For his part, Paloma Cabralcorporate director of McDonald’s Spain, has assured: “McHappy Day is the most charitable day of the year for McDonald’s, and we are very grateful to Belén Esteban for joining this charitable cause. For us it is a very special day in which every year all McDonald’s employees actively collaborate with the Foundation with the aim of raising funds to help them continue doing the essential work they do.”