Tiger Beer Donates RM1.5mil to Street Food Workers, Urges M’sians to Support Kopitiams & Food Courts

Tiger Beer just announced that they will donate RM1.5 million to support Malaysian street food during the Movement Control Order.

The funding will be used to help cover rent for street food vendors, kopitiams and food courts across Malaysia as they face reduced income due to ongoing restrictions.

RM1 million of the funds will be made available immediately to benefit street food vendors operating in more than 1200 coffee shops and food courts nationwide.

Tiger Beer is also urging the public to support local coffee shops and food courts.

Log on to Drinkies to purchase a voucher for a big bottle of Tiger or Tiger Crystal for RM10 (retail price RM17). These vouchers can be redeemed at any participating coffee shops and food courts across Malaysia once they reopen.

Once redeemed, the outlet will receive RM10 from the initial voucher price + an additional RM17 from Tiger Beer to help get them back on their feet.

Recently, HEINEKEN Malaysia announced that they will provide 80,000 meals to over 3,000 B40 community members with the Tiger Save Our Street Food fund.

The Tiger Save Our Street Food fund is part of a comprehensive package of support for F&B Operators and the wider community by Heineken Malaysia Berhad (HEINEKEN Malaysia), and part of a wider regional initiative from Tiger Beer called #SupportOurStreets. In addition to supporting street food vendors across Asia, #SupportOurStreets encourages consumers to stay off the streets as part of continued safe distancing measures across the region.

Help out our local street vendors today by purchasing a voucher!

While you wait for some Tiger, have some JUICE in the meantime.