It doesn’t mean that the Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) is over, helping the victims is also done. One of the companies who is still helping the victims is McDonald’s through Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) which has its own disaster and relief operations program, Bigay Tulong for the victims of Typhoon Yolanda.
McDonald’s Philippines Chairman and Owner George T. Yang will donate Php 30 million and also, McDonald’s recently opened the RMHC Bigay Tulong Command Center which is “accepting donations and re-packing of beddings, blankets, clothes, rice, bottled water, canned goods, biscuits, toiletries, medicines and toys for the typhoon victims.” The relief goods will be distributed in Tacloban, Dulag, Guiuan, Ormoc, Iloilo and Roxas City.
McDonald’s President & CEO Kenneth Yang shares, “In the aftermath of Typhoon Yolanda, we saw more than just one nation uniting, but a global community working towards one goal—aiding millions of Filipinos ravaged from the typhoon. From our own McDonald’s family, we have harnessed the McDonald’s global system who has generously donated financial aid enabling us to provide immediate relief and work towards helping rebuild affected areas. Truly no amount of help is too small or too big to make a difference.”
For more information on how you can help, visit the Mcdonald’s website.
Address: RMHC Bigay Tulong Command Center is located at 9590 Bagtikan Corner Kamagong Street, Makati City
Schedule: 8AM to 10PM