McHappy Day returned to the Highlands on November 16.
Now in its 28th year McHappy Day continues to raise crucial funds for Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC).
On hand to support McHappy Day was Dean Cross, Karen Hawthorn and Justin McCue from Moss Vale NSW Fire and Rescue.
"It's a privilege to raise money for such a great cause," Justin Mccue said
"It's our fifth year doing this and we love doing it each year."
"We want to ensure we get a simple message across to people, please replace your smoke alarms in your homes," Mccue said.
"We also want to teach the kids about fire safety. "
"These kind of days really ease the pressure mentally for us.
"Putting a smile on a kids face really makes your day as well.
"When the kids have a big smile, and they're sitting in the front of the fire tuck, they love every minute of it," Dean Cross said.
"Mum's got the glow too. She's watching her kid smiling and that's what I love about today."
As the largest fundraiser for RMHC Australia nationally, McHappy Day raises much-needed funds for the charity, which helps keep families together while their seriously ill child undergoes treatment.
McHappy Day donations fund programs including Ronald McDonald Houses, Ronald McDonald Family Rooms, The Ronald McDonald Learning Program and the Ronald McDonald Family Retreats.
The cornerstone program of RMHC, the Ronald McDonald House, provides a 'home away from home' for families of seriously ill and injured children being treated at nearby hospitals.
The Houses keep families close by giving parents and siblings the opportunity to stay together to support their sick loved ones.
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