Buy a Blizzard, help support the Children's Miracle Network

Giuliana Stasinski 11 and Children’s Specialized Hospital Staff visit with Josh Sundquist and Olivia Michael.
Credits Children's Specialized Hospital

Giuliana Stasinski 11 and Children’s Specialized Hospital Staff visit with Josh Sundquist and Olivia Michael. Credits Children's Specialized Hospital

Since the first Miracle Treat in 1984, Dairy Queen has raised more than $125 million for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals throughout the country.

You can put your money where the miracles are today when you stop by Dairy Queen and get a Blizzard.

Lancour said, "Marshfield Clinic Health System purchased the hospital which includes the Childrens Miracle Network program and the Children's Hospital itself. It's a great organization", said owner Michael Harris.

"We've been visiting Batson over 10 years and it has educated us and the community about the importance of supporting our children's hospital", his mother Deborah Morgan said. Todd Wingert, local Dairy Queen Operator, joined us this morning to tell us more.

Buy a Blizzard, help support the Children's Miracle Network

A list of participating Dairy Queen locations can be found here.

The free blizzards were delivered by the Coralville location.

The Texas Panhandle and High Plains Region chapter of Children's Miracle Network exists to generate funds and awareness programs benefiting local children, according to the organization. When a donation is given, it stays in the community, ensuring that every dollar is helping local kids. Here in Michiana, your money will help support Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis.

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