Since the onset of the pandemic in Malaysia last year, McDonald’s Malaysia has launched a number of ongoing initiatives to support the Ministry of Health (MoH) in managing the Covid-19 pandemic, while driving the nation’s road to recovery.
This is also part of the company’s efforts to bring positivity and underlines McDonald’s commitment to feed and foster communities as a responsible corporate citizen, aligned with its Komuniti @ McDonald’s & RMHC programme mission.
Among the latest initiatives by the company include 10,000 free meals via voucher giveaway to frontliners at hospitals that treat Covid-19 patients in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and Critical Care Unit (CCU) since mid-September 2021.
“Being there for all Malaysians is a purpose that is close to our heart, and it is our commitment to show up for our communities when they need it most,” said Azmir Jaafar, Managing Director and Local Operating Partner of McDonald’s Malaysia.
“We want to bring this message of strength and resilience to all, as we strive to return to normalcy and recover from the pandemic.
“Our meal sponsorships and vouchers giveaway help to bring cheer and convey McDonald’s appreciation towards the important work by the MoH.” — The Health