Dunkin' Donuts just awarded The Children's Hunger Project $5,000 from the Joy in Childhood Foundation!
The Joy in Childhood Foundation provides the simple joys of childhood to sick and hungry kids. Since 2006, the Joy in Childhood Foundation (formerly The Dunkin’ Donuts & Baskin-Robbins Community Foundation) has been deeply embedded in communities across the country and has donated over $11 million to hundreds of national and local charities.
In 2016, the Foundation rebranded as the Joy in Childhood Foundation, a name that reflects their renewed focus on helping kids, particularly those facing hunger and sickness, find joy in their daily lives.
Through the generosity of franchisees, employees, vendors and guests, the Joy in Childhood Foundation raises funds to support partnerships with children’s hospitals, food banks, and nonprofit organizations directly committed to serving sick and hungry kids.
They encourage you to reach out to your local children’s nonprofit organizations directly committed to serving sick and hungry kids to learn more about how you can volunteer.
Thank you to Dunkin' Donuts and the Joy in Childhood Foundation!
Keith Johnson, who has four Brevard County Dunkin' Donuts locations, and Sasha Tinkham, Associate Field Marketing Manager, made the presentation to Keith Gee, TCHP Executive Director. Below is a featured article in treasurecoast.com