Where to Get Free Doughnuts on
Doughnut Day in Indianapolis
June 1st is Doughnut Day! Doughnut Day is a continuation of when women of the Salvation Army provided doughnuts and coffee to service members during the First World War. In 1938, the Salvation Army made National Donut Day an official holiday to honor their contribution. Every year, this holiday is celebrated and doughnuts are given out to veterans on this day ever year.
If you are a doughnut fan or just want to grab a free doughnut, here are some places to get a free doughnut on Doughnut Day in Indianapolis.
6216 Allisonville Road & 8395 E. 116th St.
First 1,000 customers will receive a FREE half dozen donut holes! This promotion is available at both locations while supplies last.
They will also have 400 boxes of 2 dozen donut holes for sale and more than half of the boxes will be WINNERS!
* 200 boxes will have a certificate for a FREE dozen donut holes!
* 20 boxes will have a Taylor’s Bakery $10 gift card!
* 4 winners will find a “Taylor’s Ticket” which wins you FREE donut holes for the remainder of the year!
Salvation Army volunteers will give away 2,500 free glazed doughnuts 6am to 10am. They will be front of Emmis Communication radio station WIBC-FM 93.1, which hosts #DonutDayIndy.
Westfield Donut Trail
Grab a Donut Trail Passport at Centier Bank, 3002 Ind. 32. and celebrate Doughnut Day and National Trails Day. The passport is your guide for the event which includes rules, a map, and how to earn FREE donuts. Participate on June 1 – 3 on the Westfield Donut trail.
Free donut holes from 6am until 2pm at both locations. Lebanon location will have a scavenger hunt for kids around town from 9am to Noon.
Stop by the bakery starting at 6am to get a card with the names of participating businesses. Radio Mom will be giving away a dozen donuts every hour from 6am – 2pm. The Salvation Army will also be on site at both locations with the red kettle accepting donations.
We want to say thank you to Butler County Donut Trail for the free doughnuts. They have Butler County Donut Trail (in Ohio, only 2 hrs away) that is year around. Butler County, Ohio boasts one of the highest numbers of donut shops per capita in the Midwest at one donut shop for every 17,000 residents and the Donut Trail is the first donut-centric trail in the country. Check out more about the Butler County Donut Trail on Facebook and Butler County, OH website.
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Just in case you miss out on a free doughnut (or donut) you can always make your own if like to bake, grab a variety from the grocery store (hello Krispy Kreme) or check out some more local Indianapolis doughnut shops.
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