BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - There's a special treat this holiday season for customers who give to a local organization in need.
Now through Saturday, December 15 you can stop by any Dunkin Donuts and donate to the SPCA. A one-dollar donation will get you a free cream filled donut with blue drizzle. Dunkin Donuts says it's important to recognize the need in the community.
Doug Spolyar of Northern Star Restaurant Management, Inc. said, "They really get a chance to highlight the joys of pet ownership as well as the need for pet adoptions. So anytime we get the opportunity to help promote that, we're going to do everything we can to help promote that."
This is the second year Dunkin Donuts has partnered with the SPCA for this campaign.
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