TUCSON, Ariz. - Sweet treats were delivered to kids at Diamond Children's Medical Center this morning.
Dunknin' Donuts owners from around Tucson showed up with a donut mascot to deliver breakfast to kids and their families.
They also decorated the fourth floor with balloons and handed out gifts to the kids.
Sarah Frost CEO of Diamond Children's Medical Center says "It's so important because we have some children here who are sick and we really want to bring smiles to our patients who are here and make them feel at ease and comforted.
Dunkin' is also involved in the starlight gowns program, which creates special hospital gowns that look like super hero costumes for the kids.
They delivered about 200 of the gowns today.
For more information about the Starlight Children's Foundation, click here .