During the COVID-19 pandemic, McDonald’s in Serbia donated over 4 million in money and meals
05/15/2020 • Customer news
After the state of emergency was lifted, and as much as business and lives return to "normal" flows, McDonald's summarized the ways in which it contributed to the community in which it operates.
Immediately after the proclamation of the COVID-19 epidemic in Serbia, McDonald’s became actively involved in supporting the community through daily meal donations. First, with the support of the "Fund B92" Foundation and the Philanthropic Forum of Serbia, over 4,000 meals were donated to the medical staff of the Emergency Center of Serbia, and then to the children's hospital "Dr Olga Dedijer" - 180 meals. The company independently donated 750 meals to the pulmonology department at the Clinical Center of Serbia, 570 meals to the Belgrade Red Cross and 200 meals to Lica ulica. In addition to meals, McDonald’s was among the first companies to support the Serbian Chamber of Commerce in its efforts to provide grocery packages to the oldest citizens and donated one million dinars for the purchase of basic foodstuffs.
The total donation that McDonald's donated to Serbia during the COVID-19 pandemic amounts to over 4,000,000 dinars. For more information please visit the link.