Fundraising & Community
Since early in Krispy Kreme’s history, many schools, charities and not-for-profit organizations have raised funds through selling Krispy Kreme Original Glazed doughnuts! Traditional Original Glazed Doughnut Sales by the dozen is how we can help you achieve your fundraising goals!
Raise Some Dough Today!
Krispy Kreme offers our doughnuts to non-profit groups at a reduced price, which are then resold for full retail price, or slightly higher. Pre-selling doughnuts to family, friends and neighbours or selling doughnuts at high-traffic areas such as shopping centers or community festivals can generate significant funds.
Your Cost*: $5 / dozen
Suggested Selling Price: $10 – $12 / dozen
Quantity*: 50 dozen or more
*Prices and minimum quantities vary by region
How to Participate
To participate in FUNDRAISING in Canada*, the first step is to contact the Krispy Kreme store that you would like to pick up the doughnuts from.
PLEASE NOTE THAT FUNDRAISING DOUGHNUTS ARE AVAILABLE ON A LIMITED BASIS SO IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU CONFIRM AVAILABILITY FOR YOUR REQUIRED DATE PRIOR TO INITIATING ANY SALES.
After that, download, print and submit a FUNDRAISING Application / Purchase Order Agreement along with a letter on your not-for-profit organization’s letterhead to your local Krispy Kreme store.
The letter should acknowledge the fundraiser, stating how the raised funds will be used, and signed by an organizational executive. A member of our team will contact you within 3 business days of receiving your completed application and letter, to assist with the planning and execution of your fundraiser.
You can also coordinate your Krispy Kreme fundraiser with your local Krispy Kreme store. To locate the store nearest you, use our convenient store locator.
If you have any additional questions, review our FUNDRAISING Frequently Asked Questions, or you have difficulty printing any of the FUNDRAISING forms, please contact your local Krispy Kreme store or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*FUNDRAISING in British Columbia?
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