November 30, 2023


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Quality food for stellar heroes: Wendy’s takes part in COVID19 efforts

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Philippine National Red Cross and Wendy’s Staff join for a photo

Inspired by the service and commitment shown by the frontliners in the fight against COViD-19, Wendy’s Philippines matches their efforts by providing these modern-day heroes with quality and freshly made meals. 

For the past week, especially at the height of frontliner deployment and preparations, Wendy’s turned over meal deliveries to the Philippine General Hospital Emergency Personnel. The meal packs were received by Dr. Arnold Esperanza and Dr. Ave Nebrija, assistant doctors of Dr. Romer Tanghal, the Emergency Room Officer. These were followed by the same service given to a number of doctors and health workers all over the City; and just recently, Wendy’s provided FAMBOX meals to the Philippine National Red Cross in its long term efforts to recognize the unwavering service of these men and women. 

These continuing endeavors are just some of the few programs under UCARE or UDENNA Foundation CommUnity Care program that aims to maximize efforts of UDENNA companies to feed, protect, and transport the community, hinged on the belief that all efforts, no matter how small can lead to better lives for the Filipino. 

Joey Garcia, President of Eight-8-Ate, the parent company of Wendy’s in the Philippines said, “The past few weeks have seen various food service groups and quick service restaurants join hands to ensure that those put in harm’s way are properly fed; and the mandate to all Wendy’s stores is to provide as best as we can to those nearest their areas of service.”

“Wendy’s Philippines has been one of the pillars of quick service restaurants or QSR in the Philippines and we commit our continued efforts in helping out in the fight against COVID-19.” Garcia further added.

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