McDonald’s Brunei proudly received the Henry Dunant Emerging Young Leaders Award presented by the Brunei Red Crescent (BRC).
The BRC Henry Dunant Emerging Young Leaders Award is awarded to individuals who have demonstrated exceptional leadership qualities while making significant contributions to the development and success of humanitarian engagements.
Receiving the award on behalf of McDonald’s Brunei was General Manager Awang Al-Fatah Haji Seruji for his unwavering commitment to community service and dedication to creating positive change.
“I am incredibly honoured and humbled to have received the Henry Dunant Emerging Young Leaders Award on behalf of McDonald’s,” said the general manager.
He added that this award is a testament to the dedication and hard work of the entire team.
“We deeply value our partnership with the Brunei Red Crescent. Together we have been able to make a meaningful difference in the lives of individuals and communities. It is a collective effort, and we are grateful for the recognition of our commitment to humanitarian causes,” he said.
McDonald’s Brunei greatly values its partnership with the Brunei Red Crescent, which extends beyond the distribution of food and the partnership has been instrumental in addressing the needs of the community.
The Brunei Red Crescent has provided basic first aid training to McDonald’s Brunei employees, ensuring the safety of customers at the restaurants.
Additionally, the restaurant actively supports the Brunei Red Crescent in providing first aid training to the Temburong Districts Mosque community.
This collaboration represents the shared commitment to community well-being and highlights the importance of a strong partnership between organizations striving to make a positive impact.
The franchise sincerely appreciates the support and expertise provided by the Brunei Red Crescent, making this partnership highly valued and mutually beneficial.
Moreover, this partnership has been instrumental in addressing the needs of the community.
McDonald’s Brunei has greatly appreciated the support of the Brunei Red Crescent in the distribution of food and its overall dedication to uplifting the community.
Furthermore, the company is well-known for its key reputational activities delivering its purpose of feeding and fostering communities through the four pillars of Food Quality and Sourcing, Planet, Community Connection, and Jobs, Inclusion and Empowerment.
These pillars form the foundation of McDonald’s commitment to making a positive impact on society.
By ensuring high-quality food sourcing, minimizing environmental impact, connecting with the community, and promoting inclusive job opportunities and empowerment, the eatery continues to uphold its core values and contribute to the well-being of the communities it serves.
The brand is committed to fostering an environment of giving back. Through initiatives like the dedicated donation box for the Brunei Red Crescent at the Airport Mall branch, McDonald’s Brunei continues to bring Feel Good Moments to the community.
Receiving the Henry Dunant Emerging Young Leaders Award is a great honour for the fast food chain and they are looking forward to further strengthening its collaboration with the BRC to create a lasting impact on the community.
THE BRUNEIAN | BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN