PM’s COVID-19 Relief Fund: KFC Pakistan Donates PKR 7.5 million

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On Monday, the CEO of KFC Pakistan, along with a delegation of the American Business Council, met Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad.

During the meeting, they appreciated the government’s efforts to facilitate business opportunities. Moreover, the delegation also discussed productive suggestions with the PM, who directed his advisors to look into the points discussed and ensure implementation on those workable.

Raza Pirbhai, CEO KFC Pakistan, presented a cheque worth PKR 7.5 million.

Following the meeting, Raza Pirbhai, CEO KFC Pakistan, presented a cheque worth PKR 7.5 million to the Prime Minister for the PM’s COVID-19 Pandemic Relief Fund. The amount which was donated was collected through the Ehsaas Bucket.

KFC Pakistan rebranded its iconic bucket!

Amid the global pandemic and trying times, KFC Pakistan had rebranded its iconic bucket to the Ehsaas Bucket. Here’s how it worked:

For every 9-piece bucket, KFC Pakistan donated PKR 50 to the PM’s COVID-19 Pandemic Relief Fund. 

KFC Pakistan has always played an important and active role in helping the community through its campaigns. Their platform ‘Mitao Bhook’ has been doing amazingly well, whether it’s working with the Dewa Insitute and FESF for inclusion and education.

Earlier, KFC Pakistan had come up with another brilliant initiative called ‘Serving With Heart,’ where 1000 meals a day were distributed among frontline healthcare and security heroes during the lockdown.

KFC Pakistan and its thoughtfulness

KFC Pakistan is recognized for its exemplary campaigns and connecting with people through their philanthropic activities. It is safe to say that KFC deserves utmost appreciation for such thoughtfulness and being part of this great cause. Also, we’d like to thank KFC Pakistan for always being so proactive.