Dunkin gives back to St. Joseph's Center

From left, Holly Carron, Bob Flannery, Sister Maryalice and Joe Snedeker with a donation Dunkin’ made to St. Joseph’s Center.

Dunkin’ of Northeastern Pennsylvania raised $35,000 for Saint Joseph’s Center with its 11th annual Iced Coffee Day fundraiser.

On July 15, participating Dunkin’ restaurants in Northeastern Pennsylvania offered a free medium iced coffee with a cash donation of $1 or more to Saint Joseph’s Center. Over the last 11 years, Dunkin’ has donated more than $435,000 to Saint Joseph’s Center to support the organization’s mission to provide individuals and families with special needs the opportunity to develop their abilities and potential to the fullest extent possible.

“On behalf of everyone at Dunkin’ and all the patients and families at St. Joseph’s Center, we want to give a special thank you to all our guests who have helped make this fundraiser a success over the past 11 years,” said Jessica Weissman, integrated marketing manager, Dunkin’. “This cause has become extremely important to our local franchisees and crew members, who love seeing the continuous support from our guests. Every cup truly counts, and we are so grateful to have such loyal and generous guests.”

Participating Dunkin’ locations in the following counties included Bradford, Carbon, Clinton, Columbia, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Lycoming, Monroe, Montour, Northumberland, Schuylkill, Snyder, Susquehanna, Union, Wayne and Wyoming.

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