Eats For Joy: Eat & Bring Joy To A Child

How do we bring happiness to others while enjoying good food? This question was answered through “Eats for Joy!”,  a program by Kraft Foods Philippines (KFP), now part of Mondelēz International and the foundation World Vision, and the partner restaurants all over the country.

Celebrating two milestones - changing its name to Mondelēz Philippines this year, Kraft Foods Philippines  and 50 years of bringing joy to every Filipino family, thus the Company launched “Eats for Joy”.

“We’ve been in the Philippines for the past five decades. That’s 50 years of delicious moments enjoyed by Filipinos through our brands,” begins KFP Category Sales Assistant Manager Regina Calpo. “For making us a part of your moments of joy, we want to give back to our community. We hope you enjoy the dishes we have prepared through “Eats for Joy” and be a part of creating joy through our partner, World Vision. Whenever you taste a dish from participating restaurants, you get to help those in need through the Foundation.”  
In partnership with our favorite restaurants such as J.CO Donuts, Amber Golden Plate, Magic Melt, Chilis and Lots-a-Pizza. The campaign which started on May 6 will run until December 2013 will be serving special dishes made with KFP’s Oreo cookies and cheese products.

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At Chili’s you can enjoy the High and Mighty Pie and the Oreo Chocolate Sundae. At Amber Golden Plate, delight in the Pichi-Pichi with Cheese and Spaghetti. At Lots-a-Pizza, savor any of their pizzas especially the best-selling Great Manhattan. Head to J.CO Donuts for a sweet treat in the form of the Oreology donut. At Magic Melt, savour the sweet and creamy taste of their Ensaymada.  

“We make delicious products that have been enjoyed by generations of Filipinos,” adds Calpo. “Apart from enjoying brands like Oreo and our cheese products at home, you can also have them when you visit our partner restaurants.”

With every time you purchase a featured dish, KFP will donate a portion of the proceeds to World Vision on your behalf. Let's bring joy to every child when we finish eating, it also gives a sense of contentment and happiness because we were able to share by supporting this advocacy. 

World Vision is a relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential. It believes that every child deserves a bright future. World Vision partners with communities and likeminded individuals and groups to promote access to education, child health, child protection, and values formation. In the Philippines, World Vision assists over 100,000 children through child sponsorship and other sustainable community-based development programs. It also responds to disasters and calamities, focusing especially on children's emergency and psycho-social needs. With your help, World Vision can reach more children and inspire young leaders to help in nation building.

“This is a worthy cause. We’re thankful for the partnership with KFP through “Eats for Joy,” shares World Vision Interim National Director, Filomena Portales. “Our work in communities shows that it indeed takes a village to raise a child. We hope you can be part of this ‘village’ and help support our children and the communities they live in.” 

Enjoy treats and let's bring joy to every child! Taste the different treats from KFP and partner restaurants Chili’s, J.CO Donuts, Amber Magic Plate, Magic Melt, Lots-a-Pizza, Figaro, Magoo’s Pizza, 3M Pizza, Aristocrat Bakeshop, Café France, Plato Wraps and 41 other partner establishments in Luzon, Metro Manila and the Visayas. Enjoy Oreo and cheesy dishes and be part of creating joy for our community!


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