Eat donuts, make a difference
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ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, Ind. – Jack's Donuts of South Bend and Mishawaka is looking to make a difference for many Michiana charities. Purchase anything and a portion of the proceeds will go to a featured charity of that week.
The fundraiser called, “Eat Donuts to Make a Difference,” is benefiting Camp Millhouse this week.
Camp Millhouse is a sleepaway camp for children and adults with disabilities.
‘Having fundraisers like what Jacks is offering us this week, is helping us put money in that pot to replace our lodge, and we currently have a $100,000 matching grant, so every dollar we raise this week will be doubled, so it’s a huge help,” Diana Breden, executive director of Camp Millhouse, said.
Each Monday through Thursday, a new Michiana charity will be featured.