Casual dining operator Max’s Group, Inc. on March 30 launched an online food donation platform that allows anyone, especially those who want to help but can’t leave the house, to treat medical frontliners to a filling meal.
Dubbed “Pledge A Plate,” the initiative aims to provide sustenance to frontliners engaged in the fight against the coronavirus disease in different hospitals in Metro Manila. Every P90 meal donation will feed one frontliner a fresh and hearty meal made in MGI’s kitchens.
Go to www.maxsgroupdelivers.com for details on the meals to be delivered, the list of partner hospitals, and payment options. Donations are open until April 12.
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