This summer, dogs are in for a treat as Dunkin’-themed dog toys are back and better than ever. And At Dunkin’ restaurants on August 4, the new “Cup for Pup” offers $1 whipped cream treats for your furry friend for a good cause.
This latest round of funding follows closely on the heels of the Foundation’s $1.25 million in grants distributed in March to support health and hunger relief organizations during the early days of the pandemic. With these newest grants, the Foundation will be focusing on non-profit organizations dedicated to the support of underserved communities that have been the hardest hit.
The Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation and First Descents today announced that applications are now open for participation in the “Hero Recharge” program, a first-of-its-kind outdoor adventure program designed to help nurses and other healthcare professionals cope with significant traumatic stress resulting from being on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In honor of National Nurses Day next week, the brand is showing its appreciation and support for these heroes’ tireless efforts to keep us all healthy and safe, announcing a special in-store offer and a $200,000 grant to support healthcare workers experiencing trauma, and continuing various initiatives to give back to healthcare workers across the country.