We are so thankful for all of the support, sharing and love for our soon-to-released documentary about the Red Cross Donut Dollies. Without your interaction with this website we would not have reached 150,000 views and 682 comments from the U.S. and around the world… and we thank you all!
DonutDollies.com features several areas for you to learn more about the Donut Dollies and our project. At the top of each page you’ll see tabbed sections, with the highlights being the Donut Dollie Detail, In The News and Photos & Videos. The Donut Dollie Detail gathers 60 in-their-own-words features from Donut Dollies who served in the Korean and Vietnam Wars. The In The News section focuses on the numerous articles, interviews and noteworthy news about our project and Donut Dollies around the country. Both of those sections feature hundreds of photos shared with us by Donut Dollies, as well as several archived interview videos and Q&A sessions featuring Donut Dollies.
In the coming months we’ll have so much to share, not only the official release of The Donut Dollies Documentary, but also more Donut Dollie Detail features, interview videos, Q&A sessions, photos, articles and so much more. To keep up-to-date you can like/follow us on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram by clicking on your choice at the upper right corner of this page in the Follow or Contact Us section. You can also provide your email info in the Easy Sign Up section at the upper right, to receive the latest news via email (we will not share or sell your info, it is strictly used for Donut Dollies Documentary communication).
Soon we’ll sharing our film with you and we just can’t wait! It’s been years in the making, but thanks to our Kickstarter and ongoing donors, plus everyone’s support through comments, likes and shares, we just couldn’t have done it without all of you.
We thank you again and wish you and yours all the best in the holiday season and into the new year!
Norm, Jess and Jim
They where the unsung heroes who volunteered to go and support our troops in combat. Never asked for anything, just did their job! Came home and still never asked for anything. We should have more bridges and highways dedicated to honor the heroic efforts of the Donut Dollies from Vietnam.