McDonald’s Kindness Kitchen Urges Filipinos To Share The Light With Typhoon Odette Victims

December 22, 2021

McDonald's Kindness Kitchen has brought together George T. Yang and Jose Mari Chan to invite Filipinos to donate to Typhoon Odette victims.

McDonald's Philippines is inviting Filipinos to Share the Light this holiday season with victims of Typhoon Odette in the Visayas and Mindanao regions. To better get its message across, McDonald's Philippines Chairman and Founder George T. Yang has once again teamed up with one of the country’s OPM icons, Jose Mari Chan in an online video. In the online video, viewers can see the two caroling their way to Filipinos’ hearts and inviting them to donate to the McDonald’s Kindness Kitchen.

McDonald's Kindness Kitchen for Typhoon Odette victims

McDonald’s Kindness Kitchen Urges Filipinos To Share The Light With Typhoon Odette Victims


    Second time to collaborate


    The short online video is part of McDonald's Philippines 'Share the Light' campaign which aims to spread happiness and kindness this season.

    George T. Yang and Jose Mari Chan for McDonald's Kindness Kitchen

    In the short clip, viewers can watch the two friends singing a few lines from the classic Christmas song “Jingle Bells.” What’s memorable about the clip is that it features fun animated versions of George T. Yang and Jose Mari Chan singing a Christmas carol in a Pinoy setting. The two first shared the screen in a McDonald’s video for Grandparents’ Day in 2019

    You can watch the online video here:


    McDonald’s Kindness Kitchen will benefit Typhoon Odette victims


    In the spirit of sharing the light this holiday season with those affected by the recent onslaught of Typhoon Odette, Yang and Chan collaborated for the benefit of the McDonald’s Kindness Kitchen, a program of the Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) that was set up to serve meals for frontliners and marginalized communities.

    With the support of its partners the Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation (PDRF), Naval Reserve, Coca-Cola, Air Asia, and the Philippine Airlines, McDonald's activates its Kindness Kitchen to serve 20,000 meals in communities affected by the typhoon.

    How to donate to the RMHC Philippines


    RMHC Philippines has partnered with PayMaya to give donors a safe and convenient online platform to donors. With PayMaya, online transactions are guaranteed fast and secured. You can visit visit www.paymaya.com/security. for more information.

    Epilogue


    McDonald's Kindness Kitchen began its operations in March 2020. Since then. it has served over 550,000 hot meals nationwide. McDonald's Kindness Kitchen continues to serve kindness to more communities with the support of its corporate and individual donors.

    To find out more about the program and how you can help #ShareTheLight, visit rmhc.org.ph.

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    3 comments

    1. Kudos sa MCdo. Sobrang need pa naman ito ng affected ng Bagyo ng Odette para kahit magpapasko hindi naman nila maramdaman gaano yung lungkot. God Bless.

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    2. That's really good to hear! Sharing is caring and giving! Kudos to all the effort for our kababayan, ! let's us unite to share

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    3. Yes thats right talaga ,Galing ng McDonald's ,Give smile to Others!

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