Dunkin’ Donuts gives donut proceeds to Huntsville Hospital’s Women & Children

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – In honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Dunkin’ Donut’s “Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation” presented a check to Huntsville Hospital for Women and Children on Wednesday.

The $19,600 donation comes from their fundraiser held this past July, with the donut company’s “Gold Joy Donut Program”. Between July 1 and July 15, one dollar from every Gold Joy Donut that was purchased at participating Huntsville stores benefitted Huntsville Hospital for Women and Children.

Wednesday morning Dunkin’ franchisee Blake Robinson, CEO of Southern Food Services, donated an additional $400. Rounding the donation amount up to $20,000.

The goal of Dunkin’s Gold Joy Donut Campaign is to benefit Childhood Cancer Research, as well as providing the simple joys of childhood to kids when they need it most.

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