Discovery Charter School Raises Roughly $8,000 Through Krispy Kreme Doughnut Sales

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Krispy Kreme Philly supports local schools through effective fundraising program.

Schools and charitable organizations can earn 50% profit with Krispy Kreme Philadelphia's fundraising program rr

We are so appreciative for Krispy Kreme's support in our fundraising efforts...

Amidst the budget crisis currently facing the Philadelphia School District, teachers and faculty find it very challenging to provide staffing, basic supplies, and essential tools necessary for an effective learning environment. Krispy Kreme Philadelphia is offering the opportunity for schools to raise these much-needed funds for resources and programs.

Recently, the Krispy Kreme fundraising program was implemented at The Discovery Charter School of Philadelphia, which was able to successfully raise over $8000 for underfunded programs.

With the whole school (grades K-8) involved, Discovery Charter School sold 1670 dozen total of Krispy Kreme’s Original Glazed doughnuts. In addition, Discovery sold 106 dozen Krispy Kreme Gift Certificates. From the sales, the school was able to retain 50% of the profits, all of which will support their mission to connect what the students learn within the classroom to “discoveries outside the classroom”.

Krispy Kreme Philadelphia’s Fundraising Coordinator Caitlyn Kelly was proud of the efforts of the Discovery School community. “When the school placed their order of 1670 dozen, I was so thrilled with their success. They are a true testament to how much money organizations can raise with our program." Kelly adds, “I was overwhelmed by the vast involvement of the whole school in their effort. To know that this school can now afford the resources necessary is truly awe inspiring!”

“We are so appreciative for Krispy Kreme's support in our fundraising efforts," says Discovery Charter School’s School & Community Coordinator, Pam Evans. "We never imagined that our efforts would be received so well! We're so proud of our students for their active participation and thankful to everyone who helped Discovery raise the support we needed. It was truly a fun group effort with a delicious outcome."

Krispy Kreme Philly is continuing to show its support to schools and non-profit organizations that need a boost in funds. Through the many options Krispy Kreme can offer, your school/organization can be “Determined with Doughnuts”.

Krispy Kreme provides a number of options for fundraisers that are easy to host and maximize profit:

1.) Traditional Doughnut Sales
2.) BOGO (Buy One Get One) Fundraising Cards
3.) Gift Certificate Sales
4.) Coffee sales

Krispy Kreme has helped raised more than $30 million last year for non-profit groups across the country. Krispy Kreme Philadelphia stores are making it their goal is to make it easy for the Delaware Valley community to raise funds for local schools/organizations.

For more information on how your school or organization can get started on your fundraising opportunities, please contact Cait Kelly: ckelly(at)krispykremephilly(dot)com or call 215-384-3365

About Krispy Kreme Philadelphia - Dough Nuts for Doughnuts, LLC

Dough Nuts for Doughnuts, LLC is the franchisee and area developer for Krispy Kreme in Philadelphia and the surrounding 13 counties. Owned by Philadelphia-natives and cousins, Keith Morgan and Brian Zaslow, Dough Nuts for Doughnuts stands by its mission to bring the celebrated Krispy Kreme experience to the community. Visit us at http://www.krispykremephilly.com

About Krispy Kreme

Krispy Kreme® is an international retailer of premium-quality sweet treats, including its signature Original Glazed® doughnut. Headquartered in Winston-Salem, N.C., the Company has offered the highest-quality doughnuts and great-tasting coffee since it was founded in 1937. Today, Krispy Kreme can be found in over 740 locations around the world and approximately 10,000 grocery, convenience and mass merchant stores in the U.S. Visit us at http://www.krispykreme.com

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