DOING good is always in style.
McDonald’s Philippines has launched the ongoing #ShowYourStripes project, where a P100 purchase of limited-edition red and white striped socks will help the company’s Ronald McDonald Bahay Bulilit program.
McDonald’s has 25 Ronald McDonald Bahay Bulilit daycare centers to date. Its latest Bahay Bulilit opened in Tacloban, Leyte to reinforce its commitment to help the community a year after Super Typhoon Yolanda.
“We were in awe with the community’s warm welcome of the Ronald McDonald Bahay Bulilit in Tacloban. We are now more motivated than ever to continue this ripple of change through the ‘Show your Stripes Campaign’,” said McDonald’s Philippines president and chief executive offier Kenneth Yang, who also serves as president of Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Philippines
“Simple as it may seem, a pair of red and white striped socks can make a difference if we all step up and join the cause. We invite every Filipino to show their stripes and join us as we build more Ronald McDonald Bahay Bulilit for more kids who need it most.” Yang added.
The fast food chain invites patrons to post their OOTD (outfit of the day) with the striped socks and the hashtag #ShowYourStripes @McDo_PH on Twitter and Instagram to spread the word about worthy cause.