Manila Times 2 Apr 2018
STRENGTENING its commitment to help more Filipino children, McDonald Philippines, through ronald McDonald House Charities (rMHC), has turned over a new ronald McDonald bahaybulilit Learning Center to the residents of barangay Mintalthe first in Davao City.
In partnership with the City Social Services Development Office (CSSDo) and the local government units, rMHC provides communities a safe and fun place where young children can learn and play. The ronald McDonald bahaybulilit will be open to about 70 children agez two to five with two sessions taking place per day accommodating up to 35 children each.
“We are happy to have the first ronald McDonald bahaybulilit in Davao. We hope that inside the learning center, the young children of barangay Mintal will get a head start in learning the basics, preparing them for formal schooling,” said Margot Torres, rMHC vice president and McDonald’s Philippines executive vice president and deputy managing director. With every ronald McDonald bahay rMHC Philippines closely works with local government units such as the City Social Services Development Office of Davao to be able to identify key priority communities in need of a learning center for children.
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