BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Dunkin’ is offering a free coffee and donut on Wednesday for National Nurses Day to Baltimore health care workers.

They are giving out a free medium hot or iced coffee and a free donut- no purchase necessary!

The deal does not include cold brews and nitro cold brews, and aren’t valid on mobile orders.

Dunkin’ and it’s local Baltimore-area franchises are also donating 763 dozen heart-shaped donuts to various Maryland hospitals and nonprofits throughout Nurses Week, including:

  • Howard County General Hospital
  • LifeBridge Health (Carroll, Grace Medical, Levindale, Northwest, and Sinai)
  • Maryland Food Bank – in partnership with the Baltimore Orioles
  • MedStar (Franklin Square, Good Samaritan, Harbor, and Union Memorial Hospital)
  • Mercy Medical Center
  • UM Baltimore Washington Medical Center
  • UM Harford Memorial Hospital – courtesy of Kiren Patel and Raj Patel
  • UM Upper Chesapeake Health – courtesy of Kiren Patel and Raj Patel

Dunkin’ restaurants in Baltimore will also offer the heart-shaped donuts in celebration of health care workers and mothers. They’ll be available from May 6 to May 10 in the Baltimore area.

The donut donations to MedStar’s four hospital locations are in partnership with the Baltimore Ravens and local Facebook sensation DJ Kopec after his post-NFL Draft Facebook Live dance party surpassed 25,000 viewers.

CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE:

On May 12, the Dunkin’ Community Cruiser will deliver donuts to each MedStar hospital on behalf of Dunkin’ and the Ravens.

For the latest information on coronavirus go to the Maryland Health Department’s website or call 211. You can find all of WJZ’s coverage on coronavirus in Maryland here.

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