Campbell River Mirror staff are putting their best...feet (?) forward adorned with eye-catching Hallowee-themed socks which can be bought at the local McDonald’s restaurants during October. The money will be donated to Ronald McDonald House.

Sock it to cancer in Socktober

McDonald’s Restaurants in Campbell River are supporting sick children and their families from Campbell River and across BC who need to stay in Vancouver while seeking lifesaving medical treatment.

You are invited to help make a difference by stopping by any McDonald’s Restaurant in Campbell River during “Socktober” and buying a pair of “Spooktacular” Halloween socks for only $5! All proceeds will be donated to the Ronald McDonald House BC and Yukon.

Ronald McDonald House BC and Yukon relies on contributions from McDonald’s Restaurants and fundraisers such as McHappy Day to provide safe, welcoming accommodations for families when it matters most.

In Campbell River, local McDonald’s owner/operators Jens and Mary Rolinski and their crew have raised over $25,000 to benefit Ronald McDonald House BC and Yukon and they have pledged to keep fundraising.

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