Then just look for this poster in your favorite local donut shop and know when you buy a donut from them tomorrow, some of those proceeds will go to help The Salvation Army help vets in Southern California or donate today. The next 10 customers will receive free doughnuts for six months, and the next 10 after that will get free doughnuts for a month.
As many people celebrate National Donut Day, it's important to remember that the warm, delicious treat also serves as a symbol of hope.
Little Donut House: Get two free mini donuts with any purchase.
Walmart: The shopping chain has announced it will be giving away free donuts to customers throughout the day. No purchase necessary here, either. The offer is good all day at participating Dunkin' locations nationwide. Free doughnuts are limited to only the 18 classic styles, which include the Boston cream and the traditional jelly doughnut.
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Titus Bakery: Get free doughnut holes from 6 a.m.to 12 p.m. from Salvation Army Donut Girls dressed in old-school uniforms at both locations (820 W. South St., Lebanon, and Monon Market Place, 17471 Wheeler Road, Westfield).
Potbelly Sandwich Shop: Not a doughnut day deal, but the sub shop is having a BOGO on June 1. All you have to do is enter for a chance to win prizes including the honorary title, $5,000 and a year's supply of doughnuts.
In addition to serving doughnuts, the Donut Girls also provided writing supplies and stamps, and offered a clothes-mending service to the soldiers in battle. Starting June 2, you can use the promo code DONUT and get a free order every time you order two pizzas. The company plans to give away 1.2 million doughnuts throughout the day, KNWW reported.