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McDonald’s Philippines calls for donations for Taal Volcano eruption victims

In light of the recent Taal Volcano eruption, McDonald’s Philippines has opened its doors to receive donations for the benefit of the communities affected by the recent natural calamity through the Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Bigay Tulong program.

McDonald’s Philippines calls for donations for Taal Volcano eruption victims

Until January 25, 2020, customers can visit select 100 stores in Manila to give their donations.

Participating stores will have a box located in the lobby area where donations could be dropped off. Customers are highly encouraged to donate the following items: blankets, face masks, canned goods (preferably easy-to-open), bottled water, biscuits, medicines, rice and sleeping mats.

McDonald’s Philippines, through the RMHC, has partnered with the Department of Social Welfare and Development to aid in the distribution of the donations to the evacuation centers.

For those who wish to donate in cash, bank deposits can be made through the following RMHC Bank Accounts:

Account Name: Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Philippines, Inc.

Banco De Oro

CA# 0170-8012-767

Bank of the Philippine Islands

CA# 3021-4107-47

For confirmation of donation, please email to [email protected] the copy of the transmittal slip with complete donor’s information.

To find out the closest participating store near you, and to learn more how you could help the affected communities, you may visit: https://www.facebook.com/McDo.ph/posts/2768047153244527

Topics: Taal Volcano , eruption , McDonald’s Philippines , Ronald McDonald House Charities Bigay Tulong program
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