The Dairy Den’s New Initiative #DonutsforDoers
The Dairy Den has launched a project to say thank you to South Africa’s Essential Services workers at the front-lines of the Covid-19 pandemic, hopefully spreading a little happiness in the process. South Africans can now say “thank you” by ordering boxes of cinnamon or chocolate donuts to be delivered straight to our Medics, Police and Fire Services with their #donutsfordoers campaign.
#donutsfordoers – How you can get involved
Each box ordered will contain 6 donuts and The Dairy Den will match all orders on a 1-for-1 basis. They will also arrange a free, weekly delivery to essential services workers near their Sea Point and Kenilworth branches. Orders can be placed on The Dairy Den website.
“As support grows, we hope to add more essential services to our list of drop offs. There are so many people doing such incredible work and we want to show them how much we appreciate what they’re doing.”
“The amazing, nightly cheer from our neighbourhood for the essential services workers inspired us to launch the campaign. We wanted to show our appreciation to the frontliners and to allow people to show their gratitude with something fun and tasty that would hopefully boost morale where it is needed most,” said Tasia Donaldson of The Dairy Den.
“We usually sell happiness, now we’re enabling South Africans to donate happiness too.”
More Information on The Dairy Den
Keep an eye on The Dairy Den’s Instagram and Facebook Page for more details and to see where the #donutsfordoers will be distributed. All links to their social accounts are at the bottom of the article.
Both The Dairy Den branches (Sea Point and Kenilworth Centre) are open for deliveries only during Level 4 lockdown. Orders via UberEats, OrderIn or MrD.
Gift Vouchers are also available for purchase on their website.
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