Pinkbox Doughnuts announced last month that the company would be sending daily doughnut deliveries to local health care providers, fire departments and police area commands, the company has delivered more than 300 dozen free doughnuts.
Plus, in response to numerous requests to expand deliveries, the local doughnut shop is now sending doughnuts to corrections officers and paramedics, as well.
The company is sending free doughnuts to Valley Health System hospitals, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department area commands, Clark County Fire Department stations, all Henderson and North Las Vegas police and fire stations, major hospitals throughout the Las Vegas Valley and Share Village, formerly Veterans Village.
Siegel Cares provides community support through various philanthropic initiatives supported by The Siegel Group, the parent company behind Pinkbox Doughnuts.
“We are hearing stories first-hand from the men and women in the field going above and beyond the call of duty to help keep our community safe from the spread of COVID-19 and we want to do all we can to support each and every one of them,” said Judith Siegel, owner of Pinkbox. “We have received an overwhelming response with requests for doughnuts and we are working to add deliveries for each and every one, while also taking extra safety precautions for our drivers and other employees.”
Pinkbox will be open 24 hours a day, every day of the week for the Las Vegas community throughout the state’s 30-day shutdown.
Doughnuts are available for pre-order and pick-up by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and can be conveniently delivered from all locations through Pinkbox or via Postmates.