Jollibee Canada is famous for their Jolly Crispy Chicken and their Filipino Jolly Spaghetti, but did you know that their slogan also involves “spreading joy”?
The Filipino fast food giant (which is bigger than McDonalds in the Philippines) is giving back to the community by delivering free food to frontline workers at hospitals all across the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).
The free food also comes with thoughtfully written notes to express their appreciation at all the hard work frontline workers are doing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jollibee Canada used their social media channels to ask their fans to share their “notes of joy”.
Jollibee Canada included the notes gathered when they delivered the free food to the frontline workers.
They even shared a video taken during the delivery at the Scarborough General Hospital.
Check it out here:
Like most restaurants, Jollibee Canada’s different locations across Canada are doing their best to protect their crew members and their customers, with most locations available only for pick-up and delivery (where available) as well as delivery through DoorDash.
Photos courtesy of Jollibee Canada. Visit the official website right here.
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