Share a little ‘Love’, ‘Hope’ and ‘Courage’ on McHappy Day

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Be a part of McHappy Day this year

I typically don’t promote my own work, cos that’s just not cool, but this is for a great cause. This is my first piece of work on McDonald’s and I’m proud to say it’s hopefully going to help lots of sick little kids in Australia stay close to their families during treatment for things like cancer. It’s for McHappy Day 2009. Our thought that was that by participating in McHappy Day, you’re doing more than just sending money for a new house or hospital facilities, you’re actually sending a little ‘hope’ ‘love’ and courage’ to these little heroes, which is what they really need in these tough times.  When we were getting to know what McHappy Day was all about a few months back, we met Chelsea, who was staying at RMHC in Randwick, Sydney, she inspired us with a dance performance, just after she’d come out of radiation treatment. She got a bit of ‘love’ back at Beyonce’s Sydney concert a few weeks back. You’re a hero Chelsea.

 To support amazing little heroes like Chelsea,  donate online or visit a Macca’s on Nov 14th and buy a Big Mac where proceeds go to Ronald McDonald House Charities.   I’ve had some positive feedback on the music track for this spot, we composed the music here in Sydney and had it mastered at the famous Abbey Road Studios in  London . The full-length track is available for download here. If you have a few spare $$$, please donate what you can online before McHappy Day as we’re doing all we can to raise a record $2.5million this year. Thanks for supporting 🙂

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