– As Malaysia continues its battle against Covid-19 whilst coping with the Movement Control Order (MCO), front-liners consisting of health workers and various others are working vigorously to flatten the line and minimising the spread of this threatening virus at the same time.
Appreciating the tireless effort and courage shown by these unsung heroes, Malaysia’s home-grown halal restaurant, The Chicken Rice Shop (TCRS) pays salute to these dauntless figures by ensuring that they are well fed, energised and keeping up the spirit in battling Covid-19 – TCRS’s way of showing their support and respect to front-liners who are selflessly saving and serving the ‘rakyat’.
Ms June Song, Head of Marketing of TCRS Restaurants Sdn Bhd shared that TCRS is rising to the occasion by using their capability to provide and channel aid to frontliners in order for them to avoid fatigue and getting the refuel that their body needs for their fight against the pandemic.
“Our frontliners are fighting hard for us at the front-line, and we can only imagine the limited time that they have just to step out to have a small meal. To ensure that they at least have a good meal for their strength and energy, TCRS is adamant to look after their well-being as many are lacking food and we are taking this opportunity by providing them with meals,” said June.
TCRS donated food to various hospitals including Hospital Ipoh, Hospital Seberang Jaya, Penang; Hospital Tuanku Jaafar, Seremban; Hospital Sungai Petani, Kedah; Hospital Raja Perempuan Zainab II, Kelantan; Hospital Segamat, Johor; Hospital Miri, Sarawak; Hospital Tengku Ampuan Afzan, Pahang; Hospital University Kebangsaan Malaysia, Klinik Kesihatan Rantau Panjang, Klang; and Hospital Klang.
Additionally, as many non-profit organisations are struggling with food stock, TCRS is not forgetting the underprivileged to provide food to ElShaddai Centre Berhad, Klang – an organisation that supports the displaced and marginalised community.
With the tagline ‘Chicken Rice… and More,’ TCRS is always supporting the community no matter their background nor upbringing, as they are always determined to put a smile on everyone’s faces especially when it comes to all having a delicious meal.
“As Malaysians, we need to play our part in helping society get through this difficult period and ease their burden as many among us are struggling with businesses, reduction of salary and many other challenges. We are in this battle together and we will continue to support the nation as best we can,” June concluded.