Auntie Anne’s and Cinnabon donating treats to essential workers Easter Sunday

SALISBURY, Md.–Even though the mall in Salisbury is closed, the Auntie Annes and Cinnabon are still trying to do their part to help essential workers.

The Auntie Anne’s and Cinnabon Cobrand are implementing “Random Packs of Kindness.”

With the help of the community they will match each Cinnabon CinnaPack purchase and donate to local essential workers in Salisbury.

People can purchase their packs online and then they will get it delivered to them on Saturday.

All essential worker donations will take place Easter Sunday.

“A time like this we have to come together and there has to be a glimpse of hope and we’re in it together, we’ll come back stringer, come back fighting, and it’s building that community,” Chad Shank, Director of Operations for Cinnabon Cobrand.

Cinnabon said they hope to expand this program and do something for Mother’s Day.

If you would like to participate in this act of kindness — you can log on to

You can put in the code ABC47 to get a discount on your purchase.

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