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McDonald’s Malaysia Treats Underprivileged Children with a Special Screening of New Minions Movie

 McDonald’s Malaysia and its charity of choice, Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Malaysia, continue to boost positive values and spread joy to almost 100 children from Pertubuhan Kebajikan Anak-Anak Yatim dan Asnaf Qaseh Ibu, Rumah Hope and Rumah Bakti Nur Ain (Pertubuhan Kebajikan Nur Ain Bangi Selangor) by hosting a special movie screening of Minions: The Rise of Gru. The movie screening was held last weekend at TGV Cinemas, Jaya Shopping Centre. 

In conjunction with the movie screening, McDonald’s also hosted a Minions-themed party at McDonald's Section 14 for the children after their movie. Happy Meals and fun activities were provided for the children to enjoy, as well as a birthday celebration for the birthday boys and girls of the month. 

In line with its Komuniti @ McDonald’s & RMHC program, the collaboration between McDonald’s, RMHC Malaysia and TGV Cinemas further solidifies the company’s commitment to its purpose of feeding and fostering the communities where McDonald’s operates in, with a special focus on children.

Other initiatives that echo McDonald’s commitment in contributing to the communities as well as lending a helping hand to those who need it most, especially children, include its Children Community Month initiative. Since 2017, the quick service restaurant initiated the Children Community Month every October, during which all McDonald’s restaurants and crew reach out and engage with underprivileged children via various initiatives, including educational trips, visits to hospital wards and other celebrations. 

Every year, an estimated of over 7,000 community activities have been successfully organised under its Komuniti @ McDonald’s & RMHC program to support communities nationwide.