Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Collects 10,000 Back-to-School Items for Students in Need


School is in full gear, and so are thousands of kids thanks to Krispy Kreme’s “Stuff the Bus” campaign which provided backpacks and school supplies to hundreds of children from low-income families across the country.

Throughout the months of August and September, participating locations collected supplies donations from their communities in exchange for a free Original Glazed Doughnut; an alluring incentive, if you’ve ever tried one. The supplies were distributed via The Salvation Army.

Annual school shopping can be an expensive feat, so we’re thankful for the supporters who stepped up to donate approximately 10,000 items for American families in need.

A huge thanks to Krispy Kreme Doughnuts for their generous support of The Salvation Army’s back-to-school programs.

 

Children at Krispy Kreme in Hattiesburg, MS

Krispy Kreme employees in Louisville, KY

Sorting through donations at The Salvation Army in Akron, OH

Krispy Kreme employees in Knoxville, KY

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