Honey Dew Provides $50,000 in Gift Cards to Local Food Pantries
As a way of giving back to their communities in a critical time of need, Honey Dew is donating $50,000 in gift cards to local food pantries in communities that are home to a Honey Dew.
Fifty food pantries across New England received 100 ten-dollar Honey Dew gift cards, including DoorWays, Inc. in Seekonk.
Honey Dew, New England’s favorite coffee and donut shop, is giving back to the communities it serves through a donation of $50,000 in gift cards, courtesy of the Honey Dew Family Foundation, to local food pantries. This comes during a critical time when so many are in need.
With high unemployment rates and an ever-increasing demand for food, getting a cup of coffee and a breakfast sandwich, which may have been a part of a daily routine, isn’t possible for many people.
“As a father, my heart goes out to the parents who are struggling to feed their families during this difficult time,” said Honey Dew Associates, Inc. President Richard Bowen. “Many people who have never needed help are now turning to food pantries. We hope that our gift cards will allow people to share a treat with their families.”