Giving back has always been fundamental to our business
since Ray Kroc founded McDonald’s more than 50 years
ago. Our communities give us so much in return not just by
supporting our business but also by increasing our brand
visibility and strengthening our relationships with our
stakeholders. McDonald’s uses three key strengths – our
scope, our people and our profits - to make a meaningful
and lasting impact on the global communities where we
live and work.
The real strength of McDonald’s community involvement
lies with GARSB and our franchisees who provide grassroots
support to their local neighborhoods. Day in and day out,
we make a solid effort to contribute positively to our
communities in dynamic ways, among those include:
Supporting health, recreation, and other community
Providing aid during natural disasters and other
Contributing to local community development.
For instance, McDonald’s Mutiara Damansara and
McDonald’s Section 3 organized a charity car wash to raise funds for Rumah Ilham and Rumah Anak Yatim & Miskin Al-
Munirah respectively. Cars were charged RM10 per wash to
raise funds on top of further donations accumulated from
McDonald’s customers and store profits.
McDonald’s Gombak repainted the Nurul Al-Qana’ah Home
in Gombak. The crew also helped in changing the rubber
mats and curtains, cleaning the compound and sponsoring
the orphans a Happy Meal lunch. Meanwhile, McDonald’s
Damansara Store Managers and crew did their part by
visiting the Yayasan Anak-anak Yatim Pinggir Taman Tun
Dr. Ismail to repaint the home premises.
On 28 May 2009, McDonald’s Section 14 lent a helping
hand to the rescue workers of the tragic Jaya Supermarket
collapse, where six lives were lost. The store provided a
free flow of Orange Bowl as soon as the rescue work started
and served supper and breakfast to the rescue workers.
The team continued to provide Orange Bowl...