MARRYBROWN Malaysia reaffirmed its commitment to gender equality and empowerment by donating over 1,500 set meals to residents of various organisations in conjunction with International Women’s Day
With the belief that “Women Boleh”, the home-grown fast-food chain reached out to Women of Will, Women’s Aid Organisation, Pertubuhan Kebajikan Darul Wardah Selangor, Ti-Ratana Welfare Society Malaysia, PSPK Women Development Centre and Grace Home Klang.
“We salute these organisations that are providing a sanctuary for vulnerable women while creating an opportunity for them to rebuild their lives, ” said Marrybrown Malaysia managing director Datin Nancy Liew.
“We want to help these organisations shelter the less fortunate and get to a position where they can stand on their own two feet.
“We know this can only happen if we work together and build each other up, ” she said.
Since its establishment over 40 years ago, Marrybrown has always advocated gender equality and women’s empowerment within the company, especially in having a gender-neutral team in management and on the ground.
“As a woman, when I first co-founded this business, I faced many hurdles.
“But with resilience, dedication and a supportive team where each and everyone was given an equal amount of resources and opportunities, we were able to see better results internally and externally, ” noted Liew.