Dubbo's Molly Croft is continuing to raise awareness for Ronald McDonald House, this time as a McHappy Day ambassador.
Molly will join actress Katie Holmes in Sydney on Saturday to promote the Ronald McDonald House fundraiser.
The teenager has been a fierce advocate for Ronald McDonald House after staying for 292 nights at the Westmead house while undergoing treatment for osteosarcoma.
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To date, Molly has raised more than $183,000 for Ronald McDonald House Charities Greater Western Sydney.
As a McHappy Day ambassador, she's hoping to remind people of the importance the accommodation provides for families in need.
"It's an amazing organisation and it couldn't exist without the money and proceeds that are raised," Molly said.
"This year they asked me to come on board and I was like 'how can I not?'. It's like Molly's Mission, I couldn't not do it and look how far that's come."
Ronald McDonald House provides accommodation to families with seriously ill children.
On Saturday, Molly will meet with Ms Holmes to help spread the word.
"I'm quite excited. I've caught up on my Dawson's Creek. I've got it down now," she said.
In Dubbo and Wellington, McDonalds licencee Nicole Carmichael said there would be plenty of activities happening at all three stores. Staff will be dressed up and there'll be fun games like soccer for a $2 donation.
She said as well as buying a Big Mac, money would also be raised from anyone who purchased a Helping Hand, McHappy Day socks or the Big Mac sauce.
Molly encouraged everyone to support the cause.
"McHappy Day, you get a Big Mac out of it and it supports Ronald McDonald House. All the tradies, even though it's a Saturday, you should still come down and get a Big Mac for smoko. It's a great day, really," she said.
Donations can also be made through mollysmission.com.au.