As the year draws to a close, Oddle Eats partners Mastercard to give back to society through The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund, which supports students from low income families.
With every order made through over 1,200 Oddle Eats merchants’ platforms from 1 to 31 December, $1 will be donated to the fund.
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With the current climate, food is one of the main drivers that has kept Singaporeans going as they seek comfort throughout the pandemic.
From festivities like Christmas, to special occasions such as birthdays and anniversaries, to more spontaneous events like date nights and gatherings, Oddle Eats provides quality food and islandwide deliveries to all.
“We find this initiative of giving back to the community a particularly meaningful one, as it is in line with what we do best at – providing quality meals.” Said Mr. Jonathan Lim, CEO of Oddle. “As a company that has stood by our local F&B brands through the pandemic, we want to be here for Singaporeans throughout the different occasions and special moments in their lives.”
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“The funds raised through this campaign will go a long way in providing our students from low-income families with school pocket money and helping them met their other schooling needs,” said Ms. Tan Bee Heong, General Manager of The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund. “Simply order as you normally would, and you will be supporting a good cause.”
“At Mastercard, every day is a chance to start something priceless. Mastercard is honored to partner Oddle Eats again, first in enabling their F&B providers to digitalise multiple aspects of their business, and now to collaborate for a meaningful cause,” said Deborah Heng, Country Manager, Singapore, Mastercard. “This initiative will positively impact the lives of children providing them with the resources to do well in school and beyond. As season of giving is upon us, there’s no better way to end the year than by giving back to the community.”
Since the start of Singapore’s circuit breaker in 2020, Oddle has helped more than 1,200 F&B merchants ranging from single mom-and-pop stores like Sum Kee Food and Swee Choon, local chains like Paradise Group and Jumbo Group, as well as Michelin-starred restaurants like Odette, and Michelin Plate Keng Eng Kee pivot online. Oddle has also partnered with Mastercard to co-fund restaurant promotions, bringing in sizable promotion funding for the restaurants.
More information about this initiative can be found in this landing page: https://feeds.oddle.me/from-oddle-eats-to-the-community