Dunkin Brands offers donations to town groups


Dunkin Brands, which decided to keep its headquarters in Canton following a tax break offered by town leaders last fall, has offered donations to two town organizations: the Council on Aging and a new drug abuse coalition including the town’s fire, police, and school departments. Dunkin Brands representative Jason Maceda presented $10,000 to the drug abuse coalition and $25,000 to the Council on Aging for the town’s new senior center at a selectmen’s meeting Feb. 11. Dunkin Brands was originally going to use $10,000 as a reward for information leading to the arrest of a robber who had targeted more than 20 Dunkin Donuts, Maceda said at the meeting. Because police were able to find the robber without such information, the firm decided to donate the money to the town, according to Maceda.

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