McDonald’s Malaysia Continues Its Tradition in Sharing the True Meaning of Prosperity

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Group photo of the old folks at My Father’s Home in Selangor together with the volunteers and McDonald’s employees

McDonald’s Malaysia showcases the True Meaning of Prosperity by visiting more than 60 old folks’ home around Malaysia to mark this year’s Chinese New Year celebration.

This is the third year that McDonald’s is embarking on this initiative, which aims to bring cheer to residents of homes while bringing Malaysians together through joy and laughter.

The residents of Selangor King George V Silver Jubilee Home ushering in Chinese New Year with volunteers and McDonald’s employees

“McDonald’s believes that ‘Prosperity’ does not necessarily equate to material wealth alone. It also means embracing the simple joys of spending time with friends and family, as well as carrying out acts of kindness to others. We hope that our effort here will help to fill the homes with warmth and joy while spreading the festive spirit especially since the Chinese New Year is just around the corner,” said Azmir Jaafar, Managing Director and Local Operating Partner of McDonald’s Malaysia.

Volunteers, McDonald’s employees, and the residents of My Father’s Home Selangor gathered together for the Prosperity Toss or Yee Sang

The first visit started a few days ago on 21st January and will continue on until 20th February 2019. During these visits, McDonald’s employees representing more than 270 McDonald’s restaurants together with volunteers from the public will spend a joyous time with the residents of various homes across the nation and bring cheer to them through light entertainment activities. McDonald’s employees and volunteers from the public will also be participating in the cultural Prosperity Toss or Yee Sang with residents of the homes. McDonald’s will also sponsor the residents’ a hair trim as they usher in the Lunar New Year.

Residents of Selangor King George V Silver Jubilee Home doing the Prosperity Toss or Yee Sang together with volunteers and McDonald’s employees to usher in Chinese New Year

Visits to these old folks’ homes is in line with McDonald’s ‘Prosperity’ values and reaffirms the company’s commitment in giving back to the communities it operates in.

Residents of homes getting their hair trimmed

McDonald’s is calling for the public to be a part of this act of kindness. Members of the public who are interested to participate can register at https://www.mcdonalds.com.my/shareprosperity