Nando’s To Provide 300 Support Meals Daily Across 6 Outlets For Locals Who’ve Lost Their Livelihood

Those who have lost their jobs because of the coronavirus outbreak may find it difficult to put food on the table. Fortunately, a popular restaurant chain is coming to the rescue.

On Monday (11 May), Nando’s Singapore announced that they are giving away 300 support meals daily until 1 Jun.

Here is their full post on Facebook.

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If you recently lost your job, here’s what you need to know about this offer.

Nando’s to provide 300 meals per day

A total of 300 free support meals per day will be given to vulnerable locals for takeaway.

The meal includes their quarter chicken with a regular side of Mediterranean rice.

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The offer is limited to 50 meals per day per branch and collections begin from 2.30pm to 5.30pm.

The offer will be valid at the following outlets:

  • Bugis Junction #01-85
  • NEX #B1-41
  • Plaza Singapura #04-10
  • Tampines Mall #01-46
  • Tanglin Mall #01-14
  • The Star Vista #B1-09

Only 50 free meals will be available per restaurant per day, so you’d have to be among the first 50 customers to redeem one.

How to get Nando’s support meal

Getting Nando’s free promo involves a fast and easy process. Simply visit their outlets and ask for a “Support Meal”.

If there’s an overwhelming number of customers, then the staff will get your name and you can secure your order at a later time.

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Customers are encouraged to walk around while waiting to prevent overcrowding.

Note that the promo is only valid for one meal per person on a first-come-first-serve basis. You cannot ask for support meals on behalf of other people.

Give others a chance

While the lack of any complex conditions means it’ll be easy for anyone to claim a free meal, Nando’s appeals for Singaporeans to be considerate.

Only those who have lost their jobs or livelihoods due to the pandemic should ideally collect the meal, if they really need it. If you can still afford to put food on the table, then give others a chance and stay at home.

Interested customers can head to their website to learn more details.

A portion of the meals will also be distributed to welfare organisations who care for the elderly, disabled, and at-risk families. Welfare organisations interested to collaborate with Nando’s can get in touch via their email at [email protected]

Featured image adapted from Nando’s and Nando’s.