Community Involvement

TMart is passionate about building lasting relationships within the community to support our neighbors and guests

Dunkin Builds Relationships With Local Schools

Several of our locally owned and operated Dunkin' restaurants are finding new ways to build relationships within their communities. Teams have partnered with local schools in a "Design a Donut" contest. Students submit design ideas for a new donut and the local team picks a winner. The winning student wins a prize and their design is featured in the restaurant for a short period of time. If your school would like to participate, click on "contact us" above and let us know!

Dunkin' Volunteer Day

Every year, volunteers from within our team, spend the day working at local non-profits. This year a group of volunteers worked at the River Food Pantry in Madison, Wisconsin. Together, with the help of staff and other volunteers, they were able to prepare and serve 718 ready-to-go FAM meals as well as serve 251 households in the client curbside pantry line!  In addition, we partnered with the Joy in Childhood Foundation to provide the River Food Pantry with a $5,000 grant towards their community programs!

Reedsburg Butterfest

Team Reedsburg, Cuppy and Sprinkles participated in the annual Reedsburg Butterfest Parade in June! Where will Cuppy and Sprinkes visit next?

Stoughton Community Expo

Stoughton represented the Dane County restaurants at a Community Expo that was held last week. The Team really brought fun to the event by providing samples of our Munchkins to attendees as well as an opportunity to spin our Prize Wheel where they could earn gift card and merchandise! Throughout the day, they saw a total of 568 people and shared some great awareness of what we can offer the community!

A group of TMart volunteers worked at the Feed My People Food Bank in Eau Claire. They were able to package 548 pounds of cereal to share with partners. Many of those packages will be used in backpack food programs at local schools and youth centers. In addition to donating their time, with the help of the Joy in Childhood Foundation, they were able to donate $5,000 to Feed My People to help fund their programs! Great Job everyone!