Dunkin’ Donuts of Northeastern Pennsylvania raises $57,000 for Saint Joseph’s Center


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Dunkin Donuts franchisees present a check for $57,000 as a donation for the WNEP Go Joe XVIII Bike Ride to benefit Saint Josephs Center. From left, Don Jacobs, WNEP; Joe Snedeker, WNEP; Holly Carron, Dunkin’ Franchisee, Sophia Fives, Dunkin’ Franchisee; Sister Maryalice Jacquinot, Saint Joseph’s Center; and Mindi Ramsey, WNEP.


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SCRANTON — Dunkin’ Donuts of Northeastern Pennsylvania announced $53,500 was raised during their one-day “Iced Coffee Day” in-store fundraiser to support Saint Joseph’s Center.

The donations, combined with a contribution from NEPA Dunkin’ Donuts Franchisees, equaled a total of $57,000 raised this year during the WNEP Go Joe XVIII Bike Ride to support Saint Joseph’s Center.

During the past six years, Dunkin’ Donuts and its patrons have contributed more than $182,000 to Saint Joseph’s Center.

Dunkin Donuts franchisees present a check for $57,000 as a donation for the WNEP Go Joe XVIII Bike Ride to benefit Saint Josephs Center. From left, Don Jacobs, WNEP; Joe Snedeker, WNEP; Holly Carron, Dunkin’ Franchisee, Sophia Fives, Dunkin’ Franchisee; Sister Maryalice Jacquinot, Saint Joseph’s Center; and Mindi Ramsey, WNEP.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_ABJ-Dunkin-St-Josephs.jpgDunkin Donuts franchisees present a check for $57,000 as a donation for the WNEP Go Joe XVIII Bike Ride to benefit Saint Josephs Center. From left, Don Jacobs, WNEP; Joe Snedeker, WNEP; Holly Carron, Dunkin’ Franchisee, Sophia Fives, Dunkin’ Franchisee; Sister Maryalice Jacquinot, Saint Joseph’s Center; and Mindi Ramsey, WNEP. Submitted photo

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