Dunkin' Donuts Iced Coffee Day benefits Women and Childrens Hospitalby jmaloni
$1 from every cup of iced coffee sold on May 23 to benefit Women and Children's Hospital of Buffalo
Dunkin' Donuts is inviting Western New York residents to take advantage of the return of "Iced Coffee Day" and, in turn, benefit the region's leading children's hospital.
Dunkin' Donuts has announced that $1 from every cup of iced coffee sold at participating Dunkin' Donuts restaurants throughout the greater Buffalo area and Western New York on Wednesday, May 23, will directly benefit Women and Children's Hospital of Buffalo.
"Dunkin' Donuts is thrilled to celebrate the return of Iced Coffee Day to Buffalo. We could not think of a better way to welcome the warmer temperatures than a cool, refreshing Dunkin' Donuts iced coffee," said Dunkin' Donuts Field Marketing Manager Eric Stensland. "I encourage residents throughout the greater Buffalo area to join us on Iced Coffee Day to support the Women and Children's Hospital of Buffalo. I am confident our loyal guests will be excited to raise funds for an organization that is so important to our community."
A Kaleida Health facility and teaching hospital for the University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Women and Children's Hospital of Buffalo is the regional center for comprehensive and state-of-the-art pediatric, neonatal, perinatal and obstetrical services in Western New York and beyond.
"It is thanks to efforts like this that the Women and Children's Hospital of Buffalo is able to continue to deliver the best possible health care in Western New York for sick and injured children," said Women and Children's Hospital of Buffalo Chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery Dr. Veetai Li.
The "Iced Coffee Day" initiative will take place at participating Dunkin' Donuts locations across upstate New York to directly benefit local children's hospitals in each respective community, including the Children's Hospital at Albany Medical Center in Albany; the Upstate Golisano Children's Hospital in Syracuse; and the Golisano Children's Hospital at the University of Rochester Medical Center in Rochester.