McDonald’s Malaysia, in collaboration with Astro, has been giving back to the less fortunate this Ramadan through the McDelivery Berbakti initiative. The holy month of Ramadan is a time for reflection and through this, 10 asnaf families received cash donations, daily essentials, and McDonald’s buka puasa meals.
The brands worked together to show gratitude towards these frontliners who are unwavering in their dedication towards playing an active role to keep Malaysians safe by handing out 1,000 frontliners at Ibu Pejabat Polis Kontinjen Kuala Lumpur (IPK KL) and Pusat Perubatan Universiti Malaya (PPUM) with singer-cum-host, Alif Satar.
“We are pleased to partner with McDonald’s this Ramadhan in reaching out to the community. We are glad that despite the restrictions in place, we still managed to carry out the activities we planned out together, while still strictly adhering to the necessary standard operating procedures (SOPs),” said Wong See Wei, Director, Media Solutions, Astro.
McDonald’s Malaysia continued its food sponsorship to selected mosques nationwide for after-prayer meals (moreh) this Ramadan, in addition to its partnership with Astro.
Ronald McDonald House Charities which is McDonald’s charity of choice, have organized buka puasa sessions for five orphanages in the Klang Valley and Kelantan, and donated RM5,000 to each home.
Engaging with the community underscores McDonald’s commitment to creating a positive impact in society. Last year alone, more than 7,000 community programmes were initiated by McDonald’s that brought joy to the lives of millions of Malaysians.