The donut that will be given to first responders, doctors and nurses. (Photo courtesy of Salvatore’s Pizza, Donuts Delite)

Donuts Delite will give away free thankUdonuts to all doctors, nurses and first responders in Rochester, N.Y. on Tuesday.

They can pick them up from 6-11 a.m. or until the shop runs out. The donuts will be limited to one per person, and with employment ID.

Donuts Delite is owned by Rochester Lancers owner SoccerSam Fantauzzo, who also runs Salvatore Pizza.

These are giant Long John Donuts, decorated with an image of first responders, doctors and nurses — the heroes on the frontline of this Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

“The Donuts Delite and Salvatore’s Pizza Family say thank you to all of our community heroes,” a statement from the company said.

Donuts Delite is located at 1700 Culver Road at the corner of Empire and Culver Roads in Rochester, N.Y.

Last week, Donuts Delite sold donuts with pictures of Dr. Anthony Fauci, longtime director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

The Salvatore’s Pizza Family is also continuing their Feed Rochester program.

That means all first responders, health care workers, doctors, nurses and military will receive 20 percent off their pizza orders for take-out or curbside pick-up. Orders can be placed by calling any Salvatore’s location, and by showing proof of employment or ID. More details:

The Salvatore’s Pizza family is continuing to make donations to hospitals, health care sites, long term care sites, first responder stations, 911, and more community fields who are putting themselves on the frontline against COVID-19. The company has asked the public to submit donation requests for sites, to be considered.

Many requests have been made, and filled. Requests to be considered for a donation can be emailed to