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The Vikings Group supports Appledrive Project in Payatas

Give. Educate. Inspire. This is the core advocacy of The Appledrive Project as a way to educate indigent kids in both rural and urban areas in the country to advocate a healthier lifestyle by eating apples instead of candies or chocolates.   

The project goes out to communities to promote good personal hygiene and an overall improved way of life through activities like book reading, medical missions, feeding programs and more. 

Students at Payatas Elementary School receive apples from The Vikings Group and Appledrive Project
Recently, The Vikings Group of restaurants namely Vikings Luxury Buffet, Niu by Vikings and Four Seasons Buffet and Hotpot extended a helping hand to this program during the activity held at the Payatas Elementary School where the company shared food to the children who benefitted from this undertaking. 

The Vikings Group is into continued support as part of its corporate social responsibility in sharing blessings to other communities and individuals. They operate the Largest Buffet Restaurant Chain in the Philippines providing excellent standards of food service and quality in Metro Manila, Davao, Bacolod and Cebu catering to thousands of diners daily.   

Vikings continues its commitment to similar organizations and individuals who care for the community. The Appledrive started as a hobby giving out apples to kids who have never seen, held nor tasted apples.

Topics: The Vikings Group , Vikings Luxury Buffet , Niu by Vikings , Four Seasons Buffet and Hotpot , The Appledrive Project , Payatas
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