Jollibee Yumbassador and Rags2Riches co-founder Reese Fernandez gave a talk to young Filipinas as part of Daniw Residence and Study Center's Yan Ang Pinay! Young Filipina Achievers 2011. Reese shared her experiences from being a business management student to becoming a social entrepreneur as she reaches out to Filipinos in need. Joining Reese in the photo are Daniw director Rhea Lyn Maquiling and Daniw activity coordinator Maria Sherla Najera. Reese's fellow Yumbassadors - Sunshine Plata, internationally-recognized coffee painter, and Miro Capili, a three-time Palanca awardee, also gave inspiring words to Daniw residents and guests. Daniw Residence and Study Center is... read more
If given the chance to get a taste of your favorite food—especially one that reminds you of your roots, wouldn’t you go and try it as often as you could? This longing for his favorite Chickenjoy and Jollibee Spaghetti, among others in the menu, prompted a young Filipino living overseas to experience everyday delicious food at Jollibee when it opened its first store in Hawaii last December.Jollibee’s branch in Waipahu is its 26th outlet in the US. When it first opened its doors to customers, it expectedly attracted a large number of Filipino-Americans and their friends. Everyone wanted a taste... read more
Jollibee’s Maaga ang Pasko – the country’s longest running toy and book collection drive - provides an avenue this year for more families to share their blessings to others and make giving a part of their Christmas family tradition. During the 17th Maaga ang Pasko kickoff events held in various SM Malls in Manila, Pampanga, Naga, Cebu and Cagayan De Oro, several families from different cities and municipalities came forward to hang their symbolic pledges on the Maaga Tree. The generous and kind-hearted families – from the kids to the parents – came in full force and shared how they... read more
Jollibee is proud to welcome its newest Yumbassadors, the winners of the Choice Ko Yum: Choosing the Next Yumbassadors video contest. From shaping their fellow youth to become future leaders and pursuing their passion for the arts, to instilling the importance of segregation for the benefit of underprivileged students, these three groups are proof that the Pinoy youth are capable of making the best choices to inspire change.
The Choice Ko Yum contest, which ran from September to November, gathered numerous entries from various youth groups around the country who demonstrated how they use their skills and talents to make a... read more