Pflugerville's Duck Donuts to pay it forward to area hospitals with matching doughnut deliveries

Pflugerville's Duck Donuts will match donations received by area customers through May 20 and will deliver doughnuts at the end of the week to front-line workers or essential businesses.  (Kelsey Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)
Pflugerville's Duck Donuts will match donations received by area customers through May 20 and will deliver doughnuts at the end of the week to front-line workers or essential businesses. (Kelsey Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)

Pflugerville's Duck Donuts will match donations received by area customers through May 20 and will deliver doughnuts at the end of the week to front-line workers or essential businesses. (Kelsey Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)

Duck Donuts has launched Sprinkle Happiness, a program to match customers' doughnut donations and deliver batches to area health care workers during the pandemic, according to a May 15 news release.

Participants in Sprinkle Happiness can opt to donate a doughnut when placing orders online. Pflugerville's Duck Donuts will match donations received by area customers through May 20 and will deliver doughnuts at the end of the week to front-line workers or essential businesses as chosen by participants.


“From safely serving their guests to finding new ways to creatively deliver the Duck Donuts experience and donating donuts to those most deserving, our franchise families have been focused on supporting their local communities, or as we like to call it, 'Sprinkling Happiness,' during this time,” Duck Donuts CEO Russ DiGilio said in the release. “Our Happiness for Hometown Heroes campaign was designed to come together not only as a franchise organization, but with our customers as we work towards sprinkling happiness, delivering smiles and expressing our gratitude to the front-line heroes who continue to inspire us.”

Pflugerville's Duck Donuts is located at 18616 Limestone Commercial Drive, Ste. 250, Pflugerville.


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