BURLINGTON, VT. (January 29, 2016) – Chittenden County Dunkin’ Donuts franchisees Ari Souliotis and Jamie Falkenbush today announced a $1,044.00 donation to Camp Ta-Kum-Ta, the year-round camp for children with cancer located in South Hero, Vermont.
Proceeds were collected during a special “Hot Chocolate Day” promotion in December, where one dollar from every Hot Chocolate (all sizes and flavors) sold at their participating Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants was collected to benefit Camp Ta-Kum-Ta. After 522 hot chocolates were sold that day, the franchisees decided to double the total donation, bringing it to $1,044. The full list of their participating Dunkin’ Donuts locations can be seen via this link: https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=z0z1d2r129CQ.k_5BwgMxMTjQ
Local Dunkin’ Donuts franchisees are committed to serving their communities by supporting children’s health initiatives through partnerships with organizations like Camp Ta-Kum-Ta. “We are proud of this first-time partnership with Camp Ta-Kum-Ta,” said Dunkin’ Donuts franchisee, Jamie Falkenbush, “and look forward to more opportunities to support them and the children and families of Vermont.”
“We are grateful for the support local franchisees have shown us in our mission to provide year-round programming for Vermont children who have or have had cancer, and their families.,” said Lindsay Longe, Camp Ta-Kum-Ta Director of Development.
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