McDonald's Philippines Releases a P500 Million Response Fund For Employees

The aid will also help health workers and frontliners.
IMAGE WIKIMEDIA COMMONS, IAN SANTOS

McDonald's Philippines is releasing a P500 million fund in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.

The fund will provide assistance to McDonald's employees, as well as the community it serves. Restaurant crew and managers' salaries will be released for the period of the quarantine.

An additional special pay package will also be provided to those who can come to work and serve the community in enhanced quarantine areas. As a special benefit, face masks, alcohol, and vitamins will be distributed to McDonald's employees.

The fund will also extend to the community. Food will be donated to medical health workers and frontliners, LGU workers, NGO volunteers, and those in the marginalized sectors.

"Amidst any crisis, people must come first; we do what we can to ensure their welfare," said McDonald's Philippines chairman and founder Dr. George T. Yang.

"We also have a responsibility to our partners to ensure that they can continue doing business and be able to care for their own people. Finally, as a Filipino company, we have a duty to be a partner of the government in serving the public in whatever way we can."

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