Reinforcing its commitment to helping different communities in need, QSR giant McDonald’s Philippines through its charity of choice, Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC), extends a helping hand to areas affected by the Super Typhoon Karding.
Through the McDonald’s Kindness Kitchen, volunteers from both the private and public sector distributed over 3,000 meals to communities in Tarlac, Pampanga, Bulacan and Nueva Ecija.
The Kindness Kitchen is a program of RMHC which aims to serve meals to those in need like affected communities by natural calamities, medical health workers, and other frontliners like the police, LGU volunteers, and government agencies; as well as marginalized sectors without access to food. Since it began operations in 2020, McDonald’s Kindness Kitchen has served over 570,000 meals.
Volunteers pose for a photo as they distribute McDonald’s meals to communities affected by Typhoon Karding.
To support the continued relief operations for Typhoon Karding, visit rmhc.org.ph to donate more meals through Kindness Kitchen.