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National Donut Day specials support Salvation Army efforts

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    Salvation Army Donut Lass Jennifer Oyer stopped by the Honolulu Star-Advertiser newsroom with a tasty reminder that today is National Donut Day.

If you’re looking for an excuse to indulge in a delicious doughnut — and, honestly, do you really need a reason? — then celebrate National Donut Day and support the Salvation Army’s efforts to help those in need.

On Oahu, stop by Regal Bakery, Dunkin’ Donuts, 7-Eleven stores, Pipeline Bakery & Creamery and Salvation Army thrift stores for special deals and in some locations, free doughnuts.

On Maui, Krispy Kreme is participating in the annual event, and on Kauai, check out Daylight Donuts and the Salvation Army Thrift Store in Lihue.

More options to celebrate the holiday can be found in this week’s issue of Crave in the Star-Advertiser.

National Donut Day celebrates a tradition dating back to World War I when the Salvation Army’s Donut Lasses first began serving donuts to soldiers on the front lines in France in 1917.

On social media? Tag your posts with the hashtags #NationalDonutDay and #GivingIsSweet.

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