Dunkin' Donuts of Greater Philadelphia Donates $57K to Food Bank of South Jersey

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The Food Bank of South Jersey received new funding to help continue their fight to end hunger in the South Jersey area.

On Tuesday, February 13th, Dunkin' Donuts of Greater Philadelphia donated $57,000 to the Food Bank of South Jersey to help fight food insecurities throughout the greater Philadelphia area.

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The donation is part of a combined effort between the Dunkin' Donuts Roast Hunger Program and the Dunkin' Donuts Joy in Childhood Foundation and will directly support the Food Bank as it continues to provide food to people in need, deliver health and wellness programs, and design sustainable solutions to help people improve their lives.

Money for the donation was raised from coffee purchases by Dunkin' Rewards members during November 24th to the end of December.

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