Wichita Donut Day 2016
The Salvation Army created National Donut Day in 1938 to honor the “donut lassies” – women who served donuts to soldiers in the trenches during World War I. Fried seven at a time in soldiers’ helmets, the donuts provided a little taste of home for the heartsick troops. During the Great Depression, National Donut Day brought funds and awareness to The Salvation Army’s life-changing social service programs.
Help us continue this tradition by sharing glazed donuts with clients, employees, coworkers, friends and family. For every $25 you donate to The Salvation Army, you’ll receive a certificate for one dozen glazed donuts.
Redeem at your convenience at either Dunkin’ Donuts location:
East 21st & Greenwich | West Kellogg & West St.
Certificates are valid through August 31, 2016
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