National Donut Day became a recognized holiday in 1938 to honor members who served donuts to soldiers during WW1. Though as early as 1918 women traveled to France to set up huts & support the troops, they called themselves donut lassies. The ‘doughnut’ or ‘donut’ is an affordable easily shared treat. During war time & through the depression donuts were still made and shared among communities and over seas.
This National Donut Day, join us for FREE MINI DONUTS. Pick up an activity PASSPORT (while supplies last) visit each cafe on June 3rd and receive a stamp to win a prize when you complete the entire passport! Teams, are welcome, get the office involved, bring the kids. In partnership with FOOD LIFELINE we will also have donation boxes at every cafe. Help Food Lifeline & Mighty-O stamp out hunger.
Stamp your passport & stamp out hunger, enjoy minis along the way! #NationalDonutDay