Dunkin’ is a brand everyone knows. Every day they help millions of people get their days off to a good, productive start. They bring that same goodness and productivity to the Regional Food Bank along with a large dose of generosity.
For many years, Dunkin’ has made generous donations to the Food Bank through their Joy in Childhood Foundation. They have also donated hundreds of pounds of coffee for our member agencies, and made in-kind contributions to our fundraising events. However, it is very important to Dunkin’ that its employees and franchisees are also invested in the charities they support. So every year, they send a large group of very enthusiastic volunteers to sort and repack food in our warehouse. They pride themselves on the amount of food they sort, always trying to set a new record. On their day, they also treat our staff to donuts and coffee and bring a lot of joy to our facility. Their financial support is targeted for services to children and has enabled us to expand and improve our BackPack Program.
We are grateful for the wonderful, comprehensive relationship Dunkin’ has established with the Food Bank and thank them for their ongoing support.
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