The Joy in Childhood Foundation announced that it has begun processing applications for cash grants for summer camps offering services for children with illnesses. The grants can be as much as $500,000 and in the past have been awarded to such facilities as Camp Sunshine, The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp and Camp Okizu, among others. Grants are awarded on a rolling basis upon approval by the Foundation. For more info, visit: https://www.joyinchildhoodfoundation.org/campgrants. Elsewhere, Dunkin’ reached a milestone of sorts this week with the opening of its 1,000th Next Gen store in Woodstock, Georgia. The 2500 square foot store is part of the Andy Awale Network, based in the greater Atlanta area. We want to congratulate Andy on the opening and Scott Murphy and Dunkin’ on reaching the 1000 Next Gen threshold! And, finally, We’ve know all along that the Boston Red Sox have run on Dunkin’ given the company’s suburban Boston roots, but we now learn that the Los Angeles Dodgers run on Dunkin’ as well given that the 2020 World Champion organization just signed on to make Dunkin’ the official coffee and donuts sponsor of the Big Blue!