Krispy Kreme giving 100 dozens doughnuts to local organizations

Krispy Kreme Philadelphia is hosting a contest to give away 300 dozen doughnuts to selected community groups in the tri-state area, which includes Southeastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey and Northern Delaware. The company will give away 100 dozen doughnuts to three organizations, one in each respective state as part of its Krispy Kreme FUNdraising effort.

To participate in the FUNdraising contest, visit the contest page to register and fill out the entry form. Entry forms will also be available at the Fox Chase store.

In 100 words or less, answer, “Why should Krispy Kreme Philly donate 100 dozen doughnuts to your organization?” Submit responses no later than midnight on Friday, Feb. 25.

“We are thrilled to help worthy Delaware Valley non-profits raise money and help their organization introduce the wonderful Krispy Kreme FUNdraising program,” said Brian Zaslow, Managing Partner, Dough Nuts for Doughnuts, LLC, the franchisee and area developer for Krispy Kreme Philadelphia.

Krispy Kreme Philadelphia has already helped a number of local organizations with their fundraising efforts including: St. Cecilia Cub Scout Pack in Fox Chase, Caldwell College Cheerleaders in Caldwell, NJ; Cherry Hill East High School in Cherry Hill, NJ; and the New Castle County Youth Football & Cheerleading Group in Wilmington, DE.

-Submitted by Krispy Kreme Philly

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