McDonald's "Kindness Kitchen" Is Committed To Prepare 50,000 Meals For Heroic Frontliners

Your P50 donation can cover one person's meal already.

IMAGE Courtesy of McDonald's Philippines

There are countless ways to show gratitude to all of the frontliners during this COVID-19 crisis. The Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) is saying "thank you, frontliners!" by setting up the McDo Kindness Kitchen.

This McDonald's program is committed to serving a total of 50,000 meals to our frontliners, which include the medical health workers, police, local government unit volunteers, government agencies, and local communities.

The McDo Kindness Kitchen produces 1,500 meals per day-made with utmost love by McDonald's restaurant crew and managers, plus employee volunteers. This program is also getting a little help from RMHC's partner companies such as ABS-CBN Foundation, Coca-Cola, and Angkas, who help with the mobilization and distribution of the meals.

Photo by McDonald's

The first run of the McDo Kindness Kitchen was at the ABS-CBN branch held last March 20, for the ABS-CBN Foundation' Pantawid ng Pag-ibig program. Together with the other three McDo Kindness Kitchens located in Las Piñas, Cebu Escario, and Makati, they were able to prepare a total of 17,000 meals that day.

Since March 15, 30,000 meals have been prepared by McDonald's and the McDo Kindness Kitchen combined. All of these were distributed to 40 hospitals and beneficiaries of local government offices within Metro Manila and Mindanao.

Photo by McDonald's
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For those who want to extend their gratitude toward our daily heroes through McDo Kindness Kitchen, RMHC is accepting cash donations from individual and corporate donors. Your P50 can already cover one person's meal. So imagine if you can spare P500-you're already providing lunch for 10 frontliners.

You can send your donations via online or bank deposit by visiting

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