Christmas is a time of gift-giving, and during these extraordinary times, it is important to be reminded that sharing to those in need is the best gift one could give. This was the message of Ronald McDonald House Charities Ambassador Alden Richards in his latest video encouraging all of us to help through McDonald’s Kindness Kitchen.Watch and share the video: https://bit.ly/ServingKindnessThisChristmasYT
McDonald’s Kindness Kitchen was first set up in March to provide cooked meals for frontliners, volunteers and communities affected by the pandemic. With the generous support of more than 50 partners including Metrobank, Coca-Cola and HAVI logistics, the Kindness Kitchens have served more than 350,000 meals in more than 1,000 barangays, hospitals, and quarantine centers across the country.
McDonald’s Philippines has also recently joined Pilipinas Kontra Gutom, a multi-sectoral movement of the government’s Task Force Zero Hunger, private sector and non-profit organizations working hand in hand to address the country’s concerns on involuntary hunger.
Through the Kindness Kitchens, McDonald’s continues to assist and help communities in need through cooked meals. You too can help serve meals to more communities in need. Visit https://rmhc.org.ph to help.