BALTIMORE — Local Baltimore and D.C. Dunkin' franchises have donated packaged coffee, Dunkin’ Keurig® K-Cup pods and gift cards to eight hospitals throughout the DMV!
They donated a combines 144 pounds of the packaged coffee, 342 K-Cup pods and $26,250 in $5 Dunkin' giftcards among the following hospitals:
- Children’s National Health System
- Holy Cross Hospital Silver Spring
- Johns Hopkins Children’s Center
- MedStar Washington Hospital Center
- The Johns Hopkins Hospital
- UM Prince George’s Hospital Center
- UM Upper Chesapeake Medical Center
- University of Maryland Medical Center
“On behalf of everyone at Dunkin’, we want to send a heartfelt thank you to the heroes across America who are tirelessly protecting our communities – the doctors, nurses, first responders and everyone on the front lines of this crisis,” said Parag Patel, local Baltimore area Dunkin’ franchisee and Chairman of the Dunkin’ Baltimore Advertising Committee. “As local business owners who live and work in the communities they serve, our franchisees are committed to supporting those keeping our country running during this crisis, and we are proud to have the opportunity to give back.”
According to Dunkin' to date they've donated nearly 8,000 pounds of Dunkin’ packaged coffee, 3,700 boxes of Dunkin’ Keurig® K-Cup pods, and more than 39,000 Dunkin’ gift cards in care packages distributed at 170 organizations on the frontlines of relief efforts across the country.
The majority of Dunkin’ U.S. shops are open and have limited service to drive-thru ordering, carry-out, and delivery, with a select number of locations also offering curbside service.
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