Dunkin’ of Greater Philadelphia Launches Eighth Annual “Roast Hunger” Campaign to Help Fight Hunger This Holiday Season

Dunkin’ of Greater Philadelphia Launches Eighth Annual “Roast Hunger” Campaign to Help Fight Hunger This Holiday Season

Philadelphia, PA – Dunkin’ of greater Philadelphia today announced the launch of its eighth annual “Roast Hunger” campaign to help fight hunger in the Philadelphia community. Beginning today, Nov. 23, DD Perks® members can receive a large Hot Coffee for $1.49 when they pay with an enrolled Dunkin’ card.


Philadelphia, PA – Dunkin’ of greater Philadelphia today announced the launch of its eighth annual “Roast Hunger” campaign to help fight hunger in the Philadelphia community.

Beginning today, Nov. 23, DD Perks® members can receive a large Hot Coffee for $1.49 when they pay with an enrolled Dunkin’ card. For every “Roast Hunger” coupon redeemed, Dunkin’s Philadelphia-area franchisees will donate 50-cents to its five regional food bank partners: PhilabundanceFood Bank of DelawareFood Bank of South Jersey, Greater Berks Food Bank and Second Harvest Food Bank of Lehigh Valley and Northeast Pennsylvania. The funds raised will directly support the food banks as they strive to end hunger in the Philadelphia-area.

Dunkin’ has been a part of the greater Philadelphia region for more than 50 years and we are proud to keep our community running each and every day,” said Jacqueline Keown, Senior Integrated Marketing Manager, Dunkin’ Brands. “Our Roast Hunger campaign is a way for Dunkin’ and our Philadelphia-area franchisees to give back this holiday season to the local communities that support them year-round. Food insecurity is a growing issue here in Philadelphia and we are honored to be able to support these five regional food banks in their fight to end hunger in our communities.”

Dunkin’s “Roast Hunger” offer is valid for DD Perks members only through Dec. 30. Guests can become DD Perks members by enrolling at DDPerks.com or through the Dunkin’ Mobile App®.

According to Feeding America, Philadelphia is ranked in the top 10 amongst highest number of food insecure cities with approximately one in four people facing hunger on a daily basis.

On Thanksgiving Day, Dunkin’ and its Philadelphia-area franchisees donated 10 percent of all coffee sales to its five regional food bank partners. Since 2011, Dunkin’ has been committed to the fight against hunger raising more than $1 million through its annual Thanksgiving Day fundraiser and “Roast Hunger” campaign.