KFC donates 1,000 meals to police officers
KFC has delivered 1,000 meals to police stations nationwide to show its support and appreciation for the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS), as it does its part to fight the COVID-19 virus.
The restaurant said the hardworking and committed officers of the TTPS have been putting their lives on the line every day, fulfilling their duties to help manage the spread of COVID 19.
"They have had to leave their families, under a nationwide 'Stay at Home' protocol to help fight this battle on our behalf. Not enough can be said to thank each of them for all they continue to do under these circumstances," it said.
As such, KFC said it decided to pay tribute to the officers, with a 'thousand notes of gratitude', in the form of one thousand meals.
"However, KFC restaurants nationwide, from Mayaro to Scarborough, decided to have a thousand notes of gratitude - in the form of one thousand KFC meals - deployed and delivered to officers at locations throughout the country.
"A small token of appreciation and support which we can all add to in our own ways, in order to spread the spirit of positivity and hope that will see us all through this time."