Jollibee Foods Corporation (JFC), the country’s largest fast food chain, is donating Php2 Million (Php2,000,000.00) for the thousands of families affected by flooding brought about by the rains from Typhoon Maring and the southwest monsoon (Habagat).
The Jollibee Group Foundation (JGF), the corporate social responsibility arm of JFC, will turn over the amount to the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) to help the agency in providing assistance to affected families in critically hit areas in Metro Manila and Luzon.
Aside from the monetary donation, JFC and JGF have given relief assistance by donating sacks of rice to families in evacuation centers in coordination with the Local Government Units of Cavite (Cavite City, Bacoor, and Noveleta), Pampanga (San Fernando) and Bataan (Dinalupihan). As in the previous years, JFC and JGF have also turned over donations in-kind thru the GMA Kapuso Foundation, ABS-CBN Foundation, Alagang Kapatid Foundation, Gawad Kalinga and Philippine Red Cross in order to reach out to as many affected families as possible.
Jollibee Foundation and Jollibee Foods Corporation (JFC) are partnering with the public in providing assistance to the thousands affected by Typhoon Pablo. As part of its relief efforts to those affected, Jollibee Foundation is now accepting cash donations. Those who want to help may send their deposits through this bank account:
Metrobank Peso Savings Account
Account Name: Jollibee Foundation
Account Number: 473-7-47301404-8
For your donations to be properly acknowledged, you may either fax the bank transaction slip at +63.2.688.7038 or send a scanned copy of the bank transaction slip to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, address and contact number.
Thank you for joining us in reaching out to our brothers and sisters in need.
Mr. Bean, a leading chain of soya bean food & beverage retailer in Singapore with three stores now in the Philippines, recently turned over their cash donation to Jollibee Foundation (JF) as part of their efforts to help victims of the heavy monsoon floods that hit Luzon in August 2012. Proceeds of the donation were used to purchase school supplies that were distributed to elementary students of public schools that are JF’s Busog, Lusog, Talino (BLT) School Feeding Program partners in Bataan and Cavite, severely hit by the calamity. Photo shows Mr. Bean Managing Director Kang Puay Seng (third from left), turning over their donation to Jollibee Foundation President Grace Tan Caktiong. Also in photo are Mr. Bean Franchise Support Managers Wilfred Kong and Ashlyn Kuah, JF Vice President Belen Rillo and JF Executive Director Gisela Tiongson.