Max’s Group Launches ‘Pledge A Plate’ Online Meal Donations For COVID-19 Frontliners

Max’s Group Launches ‘Pledge A Plate’ Online Meal Donations For COVID-19 Frontliners

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While store operations remain paused, the largest casual dining operator in the Philippines, with its roster of well-loved brands that includes Max’s Restaurant, Yellow Cab Pizza Co., Pancake House, Krispy Kreme, Teriyaki Boy, Jamba Juice, Sizzin’ Steak, and Dencio’s, will now begin to prepare pledged meals collected through its converted online delivery portal. Every Php 90 meal donation will feed one frontliner a fresh, hearty meal.

Let’s beat this crisis together. To #PledgeAPlateWithMGI, visit www.maxsgroupdelivers.com. Details on the meals to be delivered, the list of partner hospitals, and payment options are also available on the site. Donations will be open until April 12, 2020.

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