Laveen – Dunkin’ Donuts will be supporting the family of fallen police officer, David Glasser, whose died Thursday after injuries while on-duty and responding to a burglary call in Laveen, according to an announcement made Friday by the company.
To assist the family, the Dunkin’ Donuts location in Laveen at 5225 W. Baseline Road, Suite #104 (51st Ave. and Baseline Road) will be donating 10 percent of sales on Monday, May 23rd to The 100 Club of Arizona.
Dunkin’ Dontus supports local fire, police and other first responders through the Dunkin’ Donuts Baskin-Robbins Community Foundation. Dunkin’ Donuts is partnering with The 100 Club of Arizona, an organization that provides assistance to families of public safety members injured in the line of duty.
“We have the highest regard for the public safety members protecting our community and were devastated to hear the news of Officer David Glasser’s passing,” said local Dunkin’ Donuts franchise spokesperson, Cynthia Deltondo. “We are looking forward to using a portion of our proceeds on Monday as a donation to The 100 Club in support of the Glasser family during this difficult time.”
Officer David Glasser was a member of the police force for 12 years and worked on the Neighborhood Enforcement Team. He leaves behind a wife and two young children.