McDonald’s Spreads Positivity On Road To Recovery


McDonald’s launches initiatives to boost Malaysian morale, urges support for Department of Health’s fight against pandemic

It’s no secret that the Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way we live.

Some of us have struggled with the virus, while others are doing our best to comfort those who are struggling.

And those on the front lines – who have risked their health, their lives and that of their families – are constantly struggling to provide treatment and care in the service of the nation.

Faced with this, local brands have mobilized to provide support to the best of their know-how in this common fight against the pandemic.

The good folks at McDonald’s Malaysia, on the one hand, introduced various ongoing initiatives to support the Ministry of Health in handling the Covid-19 pandemic as well as to pave the way for the nation’s recovery.

On top of that, this is part of its efforts to bring positivity and underscores its commitment to nurture and nurture communities as a responsible corporate citizen.

This aligns with the mission of its Komuniti @ McDonald’s and RMHC program, the brand recently shared in a statement.

McDonald’s Malaysia Managing Director and Local Operating Partner Azmir Jaafar said: “Being there for all Malaysians is a goal that is close to our hearts, and it is our commitment to showing up for our communities when they have it. most needed.

“We want to bring this message of strength and resilience to all as we strive to get back to normal and recover from the pandemic. “

Among the latest initiatives, the company has pledged to provide 10,000 free meals via vouchers to frontline people in hospitals who treat Covid-19 patients in the intensive care unit (ICU) and the intensive care unit (CCU) since mid-September 2021.

The vouchers would allow frontline people to “grab a meal at McDonald’s” in their spare time and thank them for their service in caring for patients during this difficult time.

“Our meal sponsorships and vouchers help to encourage and convey McDonald’s appreciation for the important work of the Department of Health,” he added.

As a thank you gift, the gift to frontline players entitles them to a Nasi Lemak McD with an Ayam Goreng McD coin and iced lemon tea and is eligible for redemption with any purchase through December 31, 2021.

Those vaccinated may have received McDonald's Malaysia Americano coffee vouchers at 75 selected centers across the country.Those vaccinated may have received McDonald’s Malaysia Americano coffee vouchers at 75 selected centers across the country.

To complement this effort, McDonald’s Malaysia also donated three million Americano coffees to those who were vaccinated.

These vouchers are distributed to those who have received their vaccination in 75 selected vaccination centers across the country since mid-September 2021 and are redeemable with any purchase throughout the year until December 31, 2021.

This is in addition to the brand’s commitment since the start of the pandemic to provide weekly meal sponsorships to hospitals and PPVs, providing more than one million meals to various frontliners to date, as well as a donation. personal protective equipment worth 250,000 RM (PPE) in 2020.

“We truly applaud and are proud of our frontline physicians who put their lives on the line every day, who care for patients and keep Malaysians safe. We want to show our gratitude and take care of them in return, ”Azmir said.

McDonald’s Malaysia aims to continue to support and assist the Ministry of Health through relevant initiatives, as part of its Komuniti @ McDonald’s & RHMC program objectives and to continue to do its part to ensure that Malaysians and frontline people are taken care of during this critical time.

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