McDonald’s Philippines, through its charity of choice, Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC), reaffirms its commitment to strengthening communities by bringing light to Filipino communities in need through activities that aim to create feel-good moments this Christmas season.
McDonald’s Kindness Kitchen is giving over 7,000 meals to orphans and Ronald McDonald Bahay Bulilit (RMBB) beneficiaries nationwide as part of its Share the Light program this month.
The Kindness Kitchen is an RMHC project that intends to continue to offer meals for medical health workers and other front-line personnel such as police officers, LGU volunteers, and government organizations, as well as assist various marginalized groups that do not have access to food.
“This Christmas, our Spread the Light campaign is a reminder of our strong commitment to communities — being able to share kindness and give back to those who are in far greater need of our help and support.” “As we spread compassion through our McDonald’s Kindness Kitchen, we encourage our customers to spread the light to Filipinos in any manner they can,” stated Kenneth Yang, President and CEO of McDonald’s Philippines and RMHC.
McDonald’s Kindness Kitchen employee-volunteers serve Share The Light Happy Meals to RMBB Old Balara beneficiaries.
McDonald’s Kindness Kitchen can accomplish more with the generosity of Filipinos, the assistance of partners, and the efforts of volunteers. By contributing meals at rmhc.org.ph/donate, anyone may help create feel-good moments and spread the light to people in need.
Through the support and collaboration of its outlets around the country, the QSR behemoth also pledged to contribute one million Happy Meal books and toys to various school beneficiaries.
Apart from these initiatives, McDonald’s has launched the Share-A-Meal program, which makes it quicker and more convenient for customers to give back to communities in need this Christmas season. Customers will simply need to visit a McDonald’s near them and fill out a Share-A-Meal card, as there will be no purchase need.
McDonald’s will fulfill over 1,000 wishes and serve over 18,000 meals to communities and beneficiaries in need from December 13, 2021, the 12th day before Christmas, through December 25, 2021. For more information, go to facebook.com/mcdo.ph.
This holiday season, McDonald’s will serve a Kindness Kitchen dish alongside a Happy Meal to communities.
Dr. George T. Yang, the master franchise holder for McDonald’s Philippines, founded and brought the first McDonald’s outlet to the country in 1981, and has served as chairman for the past 40 years. Since then, McDonald’s has grown its outlet network to over 650 across the Philippines, making it a powerful player in the country’s fast service restaurant business. McDonald’s Philippines, through its charity of choice, Ronald McDonald House Charities Philippines, continues to strive to make a difference in the areas where it works.