(SPOT.ph) Typhoon Odette wreaked havoc around different parts of the Philippines just a few days before Christmas—and though it has left our area of responsibility, its impact on the lives, homes, and overall well-being of millions of Filipinos remains. If you're looking for a way to help out, then read on. A Kindness Kitchen is targeting to serve 20,000 meals to communities affected by the typhoon, and yup, you can join the effort! This is via McDonald's Ronald McDonald House Charities.
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Check out the McDonald's campaign to help communities affected by Typhoon Odette:
To announce the relief efforts, the fastfood chain came out with a virtual caroling video featuring their own Chairman and Founder George T. Yang and singer-songwriter Jose Mari Chan.
The special video is part of the fast-food chain's Share the Light campaign, and features Yang and Chan's heads superimposed onto animated caroling figures singing Jingle Bells, right in time for the season of giving and sharing. If you'd like to donate, you can visit the Ronald McDonald House Charities website; either fill out the form on the page, which will course your payment through Paymaya; or send your donations via bank deposit (Metrobank, BPI, and BDO).
McDonald’s is an American fast-food chain that began in California in 1940, but made their way to our shores in 1992. Since then, they’ve been a go-to for burgers, fries, fried chicken, and more.
Photo in main image used for illustrative purposes only.
For more information, visit the Ronald McDonald House Charities website. You can also check out McDonald's Facebook page.
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