Orders are delivered on Mondays and Tuesdays. 

LaMar's Donuts hasn't been in business since 1933 (and 20 years-plus in Colorado) only because of its donuts. While they are insanely delicious, the bakery has a long history of supporting community service professionals, and now, it wants to help those on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. 

Doctors and nurses located within 10 miles of a bakery can order donuts and coffee for free online and have it delivered. They can simply go to DonutRX.com, and check the menu to see if their hospital is listed. If it is, LaMar's will deliver up to 10 dozen donuts and 96 ounces of coffee per hospital per shift for no charge. 

Orders must be placed 24 hours in advance, and deliveries will be offered between 7 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Mondays and Tuesdays. 

"LaMar’s Donuts has a long tradition of making donations to community service professionals, especially police, firefighters and active members of the military,” said Matt Joslin, LaMar’s Donuts President. “Now it’s the medical professionals’ turn. We’re enormously thankful to be able to continue making donuts during the current crisis and want to show our gratitude to hospital professionals risking their lives to help save others.”

In addition to helping our medical workers, LaMar's is also still open for anyone to order delicious donuts for take-out and delivery. It would be worth it to support a company that is supporting others. 

What is your favorite donut from LaMar's? I could really go for a few (dozen) old fashioned sour cream donuts and a giant glass of milk myself right now. Let us know what you order in the comments below!