Dunkin’ Franchisees Keep America Runnin’ on National Good Deed Day

Dunkin’ Franchisees Keep America Runnin’ on National Good Deed Day

Here at Dunkin’, we are always in awe of the incredible random acts of kindness we see displayed in the communities we serve. That’s why today, on National Good Deed Day, we are recognizing some of the tremendous acts of compassion we have seen from our franchisees across the country.

Keep reading to learn how Dunkin’ franchisees are stepping up to help keep their communities runnin’!

Spreading Love in Huntsville, Alabama

Franchisee Blake Robinson of the Southern Foods Network made Valentine’s Day 2021 full of love for patients and nurses at Huntsville Hospital for Women & Children in Huntsville, Alabama when he donated DIY Dunkin’ Donut Decorating Kits for patients and donuts for nurses.


Raising a Cup to Healthcare Heroes in San Diego, CA

Franchisee Tali Burton, of Burton Group, from San Diego, CA raised a cup to healthcare heroes administering vaccines at Petco Park throughout the month of March by making product donations twice a week to keep them runnin’, including 40 gallons of hot coffee and 52 dozen donuts per week.

Saying ‘Thank You’ to Healthcare Heroes in Los Angeles, CA

Franchisee Aharon Aminpour, of Madison Food, from Los Angeles, CA, supported healthcare heroes administering vaccines at Dodger Stadium by donating 30 gallons of hot coffee and 60 dozen donuts per week throughout the month of March.

Random Acts of Kindness Day in Atlanta, GA

Alongside the Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation, franchisees Stephen Attard, of Donut Holdings LLC, and Andy Awale, of Awale Investments, supported Random Acts of Kindness Day with over 70 dozen donuts and over 35 Box ‘O Joe® to 36 fire stations across Atlanta, GA.  

Paying it Forward in Nashville, TN

Franchisee Steve Catalano, of Route 65, paid it forward on Random Acts of Kindness Day by donating nearly 80 dozen donuts, about 40 Box O’ Joe® and $2,000 gift cards to 39 fire stations in Nashville, TN.