ELIZABETH, NJ – Trinitas Regional Medical Center employees were treated to gallons of coffee and dozens of fresh donuts Tuesday morning from Dunkin' Donuts owner Vik Arora.  

“A lot of healthcare employees are under stress, and I feel we can bring them a little happiness with coffee and donuts,” said Vik Arora. 

“Trinitas employees are so thankful for the acts of kindness and generosity shown them from our community,” said Nadine Brechner, Chief Development Officer and Vice President.  “Receiving Dunkin Donuts coffee and donuts (Trinitas favorites) sends the powerful message that the community recognizes our life saving work and supports our employees at this challenging time.  Thank you.”

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Arora, who owns Dunkin' Donuts shops in Roselle, Roselle Park, and Elizabeth, said “for me, giving is a form of happiness.  I just want to show some appreciation to them.”

“These are our frontline heroes,” said State Senator Joseph Cryan who was at Trinitas for the donation, “and we’re grateful every day for what they do."

"If donating makes Vik happy, then he’s always happy,” added Cryan, “because he’s always donating to our community and to people in need."

 

In the interest of transparency, TAPinto Union publisher Kathy Cryan is married to State Senator Joseph Cryan.