National Donut Day: Where To Score Deals & A Free Treat On Friday

National Donut Day: Where To Score Deals & A Free Treat On Friday

National Donut Day: Where To Score Deals & A Free Treat On Friday

Locally, the Salvation Army of Goldsboro will celebrate National Doughnut Day in style. Also, 10% of their doughnut sales for the day will be donated to the Salvation Army.

The event began in the trenches of World War I, when volunteers with the Salvation Army opened comfort stations serving hot meals to service members at the front. They often cooked the treats in hot oil inside the metal helmets of US soldiers.

A Dunkin' Donuts employee places a "croissant doughnut" in a box in New York City.

Tasty's: Apple fritter, double blueberry and Bavarian cream are just a few of the doughnut options available at Tasty's. Purviance once said, "There was. a prayer in my heart that somehow this home touch would do more for those who ate the doughnuts than satisfy physical hunger'".

Dunkin': Get a free classic donut of your choice with the purchase of any beverage on June 7 at participating Dunkin' locations.

In light of-or rather, in honour of-National Doughnut Day this Friday, June 7, there are a number of Toronto doughnut-slingers that'll be offering free treats throughout the day!

Duck Donuts (3630 W 95th Street, Leawood, Kansas): Get one free plain cake, cinnamon sugar, or powder doughnut.

Krispy Kreme: The doughnut store is giving away one million doughnuts.

Local shops are creating awesome gourmet doughnuts and are the trendsetters in the industry.

Funfetti brioche doughnut with rainbow glaze at OAK Bar + Kitchen.

Find your nearest participating store here.

New York's Finest embraced their reputation as donut lovers Friday - when the NYPD tweeted out photos of cops enjoying the delicious fried treats for National Donut Day. No purchase or coupon necessary.

And doughnuts are free for the taking at some restaurants. Need inspiration? Check out the company's Flavor Maker.

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