Take Part In Good Night Lights With Dunkin
This week you can help Dunkin Donuts say goodnight to kids staying at Hasbro Children's Hospital.
Good Night Lights is a program in Providence where businesses visible from Hasbro Children's Hospital blink their lights each night at 8:30 p.m. to say goodnight to the young patients there.
If you've ever driven through the city at that time or across the I-way bridge even, you can see these lights flashing and it's pretty awesome.
Well now Dunkin Donuts has joined the Good Night Lights program and will be promoting it in their stores, on social media and in their TV ads. And you can be a part of it.
Tomorrow night, Wednesday April 4th, people are encouraged to bring their biggest, brightest flashlight to India Point Park to participate in the tradition.
Dunkin will be filming for a promotional video about the Good Night Lights program and people who want to take part (and get to wish the children goodnight) are asked to arrive at the park between 6 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. and be ready for a few takes.
The Good Night Lights folks tell ABC6 that this video will likely result in the longest signal yet to benefit the patients, families and staff at Hasbro Children's Hospital.
Dunkin will also be using the funds raised on their annual "Iced Coffee Day" to benefit Hasbro Children's Hospital as well.
"Iced Coffee Day" is May 23rd this year and all day $1 from each iced coffee sold in Southern Massachusetts and Rhode Island will be donated to the hospital.