Sip joy: Dunkin’ Iced Coffee Day returns with donations benefitting Orlando Health

ORLANDO, Fla. — People looking for a cold sip can also have a cup of good karma this week.


Dunkin’ Iced Coffee Day will return on Tuesday, May 23.

Orlando customers can help children battling illnesses by purchasing an iced coffee on this day.

Cold brews and nitro cold brews are not part of the donation.

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Through the program, $1 from every iced coffee will be donated to Orlando Health to help patients in need.

The promotion is part of the Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation, which helps bring joy to children who suffer from hunger or an illness.

Dunkin’ said those simple joys include art, music and therapy programs; video gaming equipment; summer camps; learning and adaptive equipment; patient kits; parties for milestones and staffing child specialists.

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According to a news release, the holiday promotion raised $1.8 million for the foundation last year.

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