Krispy Kreme and The Salvation Army “Stuff the Bus” to Benefit Central Florida Students

Can you believe that it is almost time for the kiddos to go back to school? Central Floridians can make back-to-school time a little sweeter for local families in need and earn free Krispy Kreme® treats while supporting The Salvation Army’s #StuffTheBus campaign. This unique school supply drive helps local students gear up for a successful academic year by easing the high cost of materials.

Krispy Kreme and The Salvation Army “Stuff the Bus” to Benefit Central Florida Students

“Krispy Kreme is honored to have the opportunity to help hundreds of students make a fun and easy transition back-to-school,” says Jenny Bellanca, vice president of operations for Florida Family Foods LLC, an authorized franchisee of Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corporation. “The timing is perfect as supporters can take advantage of Florida Tax Free Weekend on August 4 through 6 to purchase donations.”

Krispy Kreme and The Salvation Army “Stuff the Bus” to Benefit Central Florida Students

New school supplies (including notebooks, binders, pens, pencils, scissors, crayons, markers, glue, rulers, and hand sanitizer) will be accepted now through August 6 at the following Central Florida Krispy Kreme locations:

  • Krispy Kreme Daytona Beach – Open 24 Hours
    980 W International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach, FL 32114
    In partnership with The Salvation Army of Daytona
  • Krispy Kreme Melbourne – Drive thru Open 24 Hours
    2040 N Wickham Rd, Melbourne, FL 32935
    In partnership with The Salvation Army of Melbourne

As a sweet reward, supporters will receive one FREE Original Glazed® doughnut for a single school supply item donation and one FREE Original Glazed® dozen for each donation of a backpack that contains school supplies.

Krispy Kreme and The Salvation Army “Stuff the Bus” to Benefit Central Florida Students

The supplies will be presented to The Salvation Army and distributed to youth in need through local social service programs.

Krispy Kreme and The Salvation Army “Stuff the Bus” to Benefit Central Florida Students

“We are very excited to be working with Krispy Kreme again this year,” said Major Ted Morris, Area Commander for The Salvation Army of Orlando. “The Salvation Army has a wonderful relationship with Krispy Kreme and it is a blessing to have their support now and throughout the year. We will be able to help many young children as they prepare to go back to school and further their education.”

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