The Salvation Army of Greater New Orleans will deliver donuts to doctors, nurses, and staff of the Ochsner Baptist Medical Center during their morning shift change. The Dirty Dozen Brass Band and WDSU Meteorologist, Damon Singleton will be there to help celebrate the occasion!
Serving Smiles by the Dozen
Held annually on the first Friday in June, National Donut Day is a sweet time to celebrate America’s heroes. On June 5, The Salvation Army will thank the men and women on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic by delivering donuts and hope.
This tradition dates back to World War I, when nearly 250 Salvation Army volunteers traveled overseas to provide emotional and spiritual support, fried confectionery, clothes, and supplies to troops. For more than a century, the organization has continued to provide snacks, hydration, and comfort to the first responders and front-line workers.