BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - A special fundraiser kicked off Tuesday at local Dunkin' Donuts shops, which will help raise funds for the Erie County SPCA.
The coffee shop is offering customers in western New York a special "thank you" donut for each $1 donation. The donut is filled with cream, topped with frosting, and has a blue drizzle.
This is the third year Dunkin' Donuts has partnered with the SPCA.
SPCA Director of Public Relations Gina Browning said, "It's nice because this is something that really is able to reach parts of the community we may not be able to reach, somebody who may not be a pet owner or somebody who doesn't who reguarly visit our shelter or website might walk into a Dunkin' Donuts for a cup of coffee and see that there is still a way to help our organization."
The donut special runs through November 10.
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