Close to 50 children from Carmelite Missionaries Secular (CMS) Philippines had a fun-filled workshop as McDonald’s Kiddie Crew participants.
McDonald’s newest Kiddie Crew ambassador Alonzo Muhlach personally chose CMS beneficiaries to join him as they experienced how to be a real McDonald’s crew doing tasks at the front counter, lobby, and Drive-Thru; make their own cheeseburger; and groove to the Ronald Dance. Alonzo also joined in the games, gave away prizes and loot bags to the kids, and performed a song-and-dance number to entertain guests.
Alonzo and CMS beneficiaries are just among thousands of children who have learned and have had fun through Kiddie Crew, McDonald’s flagship family program that has been running since 1992. It has been promoting children’s well-being through fun and enriching activities that help them develop skills and make new friends.
You can still enroll your kids to McDonald’s Kiddie Crew until May 27, 2016. For more information, visit mcdonalds.com.ph. Share proud Kiddie Crew moments by posting them on Facebook, facebook.com/McDo.ph or tagging @McDo_PH on Twitter or Instagram.