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Donut Parade donating profits to organizations helping Spokane businesses

Donut Parade is also donating any profit they make from March 19th to April 15th to organizations that will help out local businesses.

SPOKANE, Wash. — Donut Parade, a Spokane favorite, announced they will donate any profit made from March 19 through April 15 to organizations that help local businesses get back on their feet during the coronavirus pandemic. 

The donut shop will also donate 1,000 donuts a day to organizations helping people who have been hit the hardest by the COVID-19 outbreak. 

Donut Parade said they hope to increase the amount of donuts they can donate per day over time. They plan to keep donating as long as they are able and it makes "financial sense to continue."

Donut Parade will still be selling donuts to customers, with some adjustments to their business that will encourage social distancing and allow the bakery to focus on increasing their volume production. 

Customers can buy pre-assorted boxes of a dozen or half a dozen donuts for $15 dollars, or $8 dollars respectively. They won't be taking requests for specific combinations of donuts during this time. 

The bakery encourages customers to utilize their delivery service or call so they can bring donuts to cars. Customers are allowed to enter the business, but they're asked to make visits as quick as possible. 

Donut Parade is inviting people to pass along contact info for "decision makers of local organizations we can serve."   

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