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I'll Take a Large Frosty and some Orphan Care....to go....


TREAT EVERYONE YOU KNOW TO A FROSTY AT WENDY'S!!
* Wendy's will donate $.50 per frosty purchase over the Father's Day weekend to the Dave Thomas Foundation and Wendy's Wonderful Kids!


FYI - This is a video from years past so the dates are wrong...it's really June 16 &17, 2012, Father's Day Weekend!


WHEN YOU'RE THERE, CHECK IN @
*Wendy's will donate another $.50 per check in...

TWEET LIKE CRAZY!
*Follow me @lori_florida and retweet #TreatItFwd and Wendy's will donate another $.50 for each RT!

BUY A FROSTY KEY FOB!
*My local Wendy's is selling these cute Frosty Key Fobs for $1.  $1 supports the Dave Thomas Foundation to help kids in Foster Care and you get a FREE JR FROSTY with every purchase you make from now till Christmas!!  It's a win/win!  Check with your Wendy's to see if they're participating....or just drive to my Wendy's!




SHARE THIS POST ON FACEBOOK!
*Use the handy dandy little facebook icon at the bottom of this post to share this post with everyone you know!  Everyone loves Frosty's....who won't help an orphan this way if only they know!!!

Wendy's Wonderful Kids is doing great work to help kids out of foster care into loving forever families!





CARE ABOUT GLOBAL CHILD MORTALITY
*Take 6 minutes of your time to educate yourself about global child mortality.  This weekend world leaders are coming together to renew their pledge to give every child a 5th birthday.  There are so many organizations you can join to help in this fight....you probably already have connections to one you know and trust that are feeding and providing medical care to children in poor countries.  If you don't, use the Ordinary Hero link in the right side bar to buy a goat or sheep to feed children in Ethiopia or Uganda.  They have teams going to deliver the animals to families this summer!  If you choose our name in the affiliate menu at checkout, a donation will be made to our adoption fund as well!

Why 5th B-Day?




World Pledges to End Childhood Preventable Deaths



LEARN THE FACTS ABOUT HIV+ CHILDREN & ADOPTION
*The average American's knowledge about HIV hasn't changed since the 80's even though medicine has advanced by leaps and bounds!  Many children looked over for adoption are purely victims of ignorance!  Don't be average....educate yourself and others so these children can find families! 


Visit www.projecthopeful.org for tons of great info.



Martin Luther King Jr. said, “Faith is taking the first step even when you can't see the whole staircase.”   Sometimes taking the first step is as easy (and as tasty) as buying a frosty and facing the facts through a youtube video!  If we all do something,  the top of the staircase won't seem so far away anymore.  
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