LOWELL, MA – Cafua Management, which owns a Dunkin’ franchise in Chelmsford, recently presented a check for $21,000 to Lowell General Hospital’s TeamWalk for CancerCare, which aims to make a difference in the lives of cancer patients and their families. families.

The check was presented in a ceremony Oct. 13 at a Dunkin’ in Lowell.

The money was raised through a Coffee For A Cause raffle which took place at seven Dunkin’ restaurants owned by Methuen-based Cafua, including at 105 Chelmsford St. in Chelmsford. The other participating Dunkin’ restaurants were in Lowell and Dracut.

The Coffee for a Cause raffle started on September 29, which was National Coffee Day, and lasted until October 6. Seven winners won free coffee for a year.

The funds went to TeamWalk for CancerCar, which, according to his websitemakes a difference in the lives of cancer patients by paying for medications, nutritional supplements, wigs and prostheses, support groups, visits from trained nurses, transportation, mini-grants and support services to patients with all types of cancer.

Over the years, TeamWalk for CancerCare has raised more than $14 million to help more than 36,000 patients, according to the organization.

“We sincerely thank Cafua Management LLC and everyone who participated in Coffee for a Cause!” TeamWalk for CancerCare said in a statement. “We are very honored to be the recipient of a donation of $21,000. This donation will have a tremendous impact on the cancer patients in our care.”