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Friday, Apr 25, 2014

Food, Singapore

Donate charity meals with Hello Kitty purchase

SoShiok | Friday, Apr 25, 2014

SINGAPORE - McDonald's wants to do its part to prevent food wastage with the upcoming launch of the Hello Kitty Bubbly World collection.

The latest series of Hello Kitty plush toys will be available on April 28 from 11am. They are going for $4.95 each with the purchase of an Extra Value Meal. 

In partnership with The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund (SPMF), McDonald's will allow customers to donate their meals to lower income families whose children are beneficiaries of SPMF. Donated meals will be valued at $5 each and will be distributed to the families through SPMF in the form of McDonald's meal vouchers after the end of the promotion, which will last for six weeks from next Monday.

6 designs of the plush toys will be available as part of the Bubbly World series. Each Hello Kitty Bubbly World plush toy comes in a customised box that features the corresponding character as part of the box design. 

Each customer will be limited to 4 plush toys per store visit, while stocks last. The plush toys will not be available via Drive-Thru, McCafé or McDelivery.

1 new plush toy will be realeased every Monday at 11am for the next 6 weeks:

Kerokerokeroppi (From 28 Apr)*

My Melody (From 5 May)*

Osaru No Monkichi (From 12 May)*

PomPomPurin (From 19 May)*

Tuxedosam (From 26 May)*

Bad Badtz-maru (From 2 Jun)*

*Whilst stocks last

maryanns@sph.com.sg

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