Jollibee Group pledges meals to help typhoon-stricken communities

Jollibee Group meals typhoon communities
The Jollibee Group is food to communities in Negros Occidental, Southern Leyte, and Surigao del Norte that have been affected by Super Typhoon Odette.

The Jollibee Group through its social development arm, Jollibee Group Foundation (JGF) is providing food to Filipino families affected by Super Typhoon Odette.

Through JGF’s FoodAID Program, the company is giving food to over 33,000 individuals in the hardest-hit areas in Negros Occidental, Southern Leyte, and Surigao del Norte.

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The Jollibee Group started distributing meals last December 19 together with its partners on the ground and the local government units in the affected communities. The Jollibee Franchisees Association is also on board, leading efforts in Southern Leyte and Northern Mindanao, while other support is coursed through the Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation.

Individuals may also take part in this meal distribution by donating money via the coin banks found in Jollibee Group restaurants nationwide, as well as via online donation platforms listed in www.jollibeefoundation.org.

The public may actively take part in providing meals to communities affected by Typhoon Odette by donating through the Jollibee Group Foundation’s FoodAID Coin Bank in Jollibee Group stores and online donation platforms on www.jollibeefoundation.org

Donations can be transferred online to the Foundation’s Metrobank (Account number: 473-7-473-01406-4, SWIFT Code: MBTCPHMM) and RCBC (1253-10519-0) accounts; via GCash using the QR code provided in the Foundation’s website and through the Paymaya app through http://pymy.co/jollibee

“Typhoon Odette has brought another hardship to many of our countrymen who have already been hit by other challenges. Together with our partners, we’re working tirelessly to bring the help needed so that our fellow Filipinos know that they are not alone throughout this ordeal,” said JGF Executive Director Gisela Tiongson.

“No matter the amount, every donation made through the FoodAID coin banks will help devastated communities. Your help will not only bring warm food that will alleviate the hunger of affected families, but it will also bring them some joy and optimism during these difficult times,” said Tiongson.

Here is a List of Donation Channels for Super Typhoon Odette victims.

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