Donuts Day to Raise Money for Salvation Army | Charity
National Donut Day is a chance for people to enjoy a fried treat and help a charity that does so much for southern Nevada.
Pink Box Doughnuts, 7531 West Lake Mead Boulevard, will donate a percentage of their Friday sales to The Salvation Army.
The shop opens at 6 a.m. and will be giving until its last doughnut of the day is gone.
Pink Box Doughnuts opened in 2012. It offers a variety of traditional favorites and treats with a modern twist, like the Fat Elvis, which is a peanut butter cream filled doughnut topped with banana slices and chocolate.
The Salvation Army actually started National Donut Day during the Great Depression as a way to raise money and bring awareness to its efforts.