Few companies are as rooted in the communities they operate in as Dunkin’ Brands, parent company of Dunkin’ and Baskin-Robbins.
In August, Dunkin Brands’ Joy in Childhood Foundation celebrated the second installment of a three-year, $100,000 grant to The Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB) to support childhood hunger relief initiatives.
“Boston and Massachusetts are the heart and home of Dunkin’ Brands. Working with an organization that makes such a huge impact with the kids living in this area is a huge priority for us.”
~Kari McHugh, executive director of the Joy in Childhood Foundation
Dunkin’ will be renovating more than 30 locations in Boston to “Dunkin’” with a more modern look. Each renovated next-generation Dunkin’ location will donate $1 for every beverage sold on its re-opening day to GBFB. Dates will be announced on social media – be sure to follow us on Facebook or Twitter; or follow DunkinBoston.
Dunkin’ Brands is a GBFB Partner for Impact, one of the 150 businesses and organizations that provide more than just financial support to GBFB. Through volunteerism, event sponsorship, in-kind donations and more, these organizations play a key role in helping GBFB achieve its mission.
“One in three of those served by GBFB is a child,” said Catherine D’Amato, president and CEO of GBFB. “Without support of organizations like the Joy in Childhood Foundation, we would not be able to help the tens of thousands of hungry children in our area.”