June 7th is National Donut Day

Entenmann's Donut Day, Salvation Army, Lassie

National Donut Day was established by The Salvation Army in 1938 to honor The Salvation Army’s “Donut Lassies” who served donuts to soldiers during World War I. Donuts became synonymous with The Salvation Army, as well as American soldiers who returned home with the nickname, “doughboys.” This established the donut as a long-standing symbol of Salvation Army services today, including meals, such as donuts and coffee, and other services to clients daily.

So when you're enjoying a tasty Entenmann’s donut this year, we ask you to consider giving back to support your community!

 

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Salvation Army Donut Day

In its continued support of The Salvation Army, from May 1 to June 15 Entenmann’s Bakery will donate to the organization $1 for every person who “likes” the Entenmann’s Facebook page, up to $30,000.

Entenmann’s will also be rewarding lucky winners with "Free Donuts for a Year" and additional prizes through its Facebook page.

More about National Donut Day

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