Donate Over 25,000 Protective Masks to Harrison Township Residents and Inspira Medical Center
From the start of the pandemic, South Jersey Dunkin’ franchisees – all of whom are independent businesspeople in their communities – have supported the heroes on the frontlines of the coronavirus (COVID-19) response, serving those who serve and those in need during these unprecedented times.
Kenny Patel, local South Jersey Dunkin’ franchisee, was one of many who stepped up to give back to the Harrison Township community at a time when people need it most.
As a sponsor of Harrison Township Day, a local celebration for the community, Kenny Patel, Dunkin’ franchisee, was one of many sponsors who secured, purchased, and donated 20,000 masks to help protect the Harrison Township residents. From Wednesday, April 15, through Saturday, April 18, Harrison Township distributed the donated masks to township residents at Pleasant Valley School.
Additionally, to combat the shortage of essential personal protective equipment in local hospitals, Kenny Patel and the group of sponsors also generously donated 5,000 KN95 masks to Inspira Medical Center Mullica Hill to protect healthcare workers who bravely continue to fight and care for patients with coronavirus (COVID-19).
This donation is just one of the many examples of how Dunkin’ franchisees are doing their part for communities where they live and work. To learn more about other programs and initiatives Dunkin’ has launched to help support local communities impacted by coronavirus (COVID-19), visit https://news.dunkindonuts.com/.