On Oct. 23 guests will receive a free small hot or iced coffee with a donation of $1 or more
On Oct. 23, in-store donations of $1 or more to Novant Health Hemby Children’s Hospital will score Dunkin’ customers a free small hot or iced coffee. Sponsored by Dunkin’ and Baskin-Robbins’s Joy in Childhood Foundation, the one-day promotion will activate in 65+ Dunkin’ restaurants across the Charlotte market, with all donations going directly to our local award-winning children’s hospital. A list of local Dunkin’ stores can be found here.
“Dunkin’s Joy in Childhood Foundation, which aims to directly support sick children, is proud of our longstanding partnership with Novant Health Hemby Children’s Hospital,” said Karen Raskopf, Co-Chair of the Joy in Childhood Foundation. “Through the years, the Foundation has given generously to support children’s programs at Hemby.
“For one day, a cup of coffee will not only power Charlotte’s commute, but support programs that directly benefit the children we care for every day at our hospital,” said Stephanie Appling, senior director of women’s and children’s services at Novant Health. “We are very thankful for this continued partnership with Dunkin’!
Guests who visit a Charlotte area Dunkin’ on Oct. 23, or any day this fall, can also enjoy the new Fall Spice Blend infused with cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves for a flavorful fall finish. This blend is currently only available in six markets nationwide.
To learn more about how the Joy in Childhood Foundation supports children’s health and hunger relief nationwide, visit https://www.joyinchildhoodfoundation.org/.
About the Joy in Childhood Foundation
The Joy in Childhood Foundation is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization, powered by Dunkin’ and Baskin-Robbins. The Foundation’s goal is to provide the simple joys of childhood to kids battling hunger or illness. The Foundation brings together a wide range of stakeholders — including franchisees, crew members, employees, partners and guests — and partners with food banks, children’s hospitals, and nonprofit organizations directly committed to serving kids when they need it most. In 2019 the Joy in Childhood Foundation will grant more than $5 million and has granted over $20 million since its inception.