Wendy’s is Basically Giving Away Frosties and the Proceeds Go to Kids in Foster Care

By Jake Roberson
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Free (basically) Frosties for a year AND raising money for children in foster care who are waiting for forever families?

Free (basically) Frosties for a year AND raising money for children in foster care who are waiting for forever families? Now that’s a combo you can feel great about.

Right now at Wendy’s (while supplies last) you can pay just two dollars for a Frosty keychain that entitles you to a free Frosty with any and every purchase in 2017, and the sweetest part is that 85% of the proceeds raised from the promotion go directly to helping children in foster care find forever families. 

Helping raise awareness for children in foster care is nothing new to Wendy’s, though, as they have advocated for children in foster care through the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption for almost 25 years.

If you have a heart for making a difference in the lives of children in foster care then check out Wait No More—a program we began with the goal of raising awareness for the more than 100,000 legal orphans in United States foster care who are waiting for adoptive families.

You can also get equipped to be an advocate for the dignity of all human life at the Evangelicals for Life conference — that Focus on the Family hosts in conjunction with ERLC — which is taking place January 26-28, 2017 in Washington D.C. and features a free simulcast. 

 

 

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Jake Roberson

Jake Roberson (@jake_roberson) likes Salsa Verde Doritos. He also loves his wife and four children … just as long as they don’t eat his Doritos. He has several books to his name and he has been assured that his library card will be reinstated just as soon as he returns the books and pays the fine. In moments when he …

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