Offering a sweet deal throughout September, DQ® restaurants in Texas are raising funds for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals (CMN Hospitals) in a yummy campaign.
The Texas Dairy Queen Operators’ Council will donate $1 to CMN Hospitals in Texas for every valid #ActsofSweetness Instagram post shared in September, with a total donation up to $75,000. For 75 years, DQ restaurants in Texas have been friendly, gathering spots where fans enjoy delicious treats and eats and create fond memories.
How to Participate
Participating is easy for all Dairy Queen® fans and begins with choosing a favorite Blizzard® Treat.
- Between September 1-30, 2022, visit a DQ® restaurant in Texas and order a Blizzard Treat.
- Take a picture with the Blizzard Treat and post on Instagram as a post. Be sure your profile is set to public.
- Include #ActsofSweetness and tag @DairyQueenTX in the post.
When DQ fans share their “Acts of Sweetness” photo on Instagram, DQ restaurants in Texas will help create new possibilities for kids.
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in Texas include:
Hendrick Children’s Hospital in Abilene
Dell Children’s Ascension in Austin
Christus Southeast Texas – St. Elizabeth in Beaumont
Christus Southeast Texas – Jasper Memorial in Jasper
The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio
Texas Children’s Hospital – Houston
Driscoll Children’s Hospital – Corpus Christi
Children’s Health – Dallas
Medical Center Hospital – Odessa
Baylor Scott & White McLane Children’s – Temple
United Regional – Wichita Falls
Shannon Medical Center – San Angelo
UMC Children’s Hospital – Lubbock
Christus Trinity Mother Frances – Tyler
Cook Children’s – Fort Worth
El Paso Children’s Foundation
Texans also can support the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in the Lone Star state with a donation in any amount to CMN Hospitals through DQTexas.com/ActsofSweetness. In addition, Texas Dairy Queen Operators’ Council will match donations made online Sept 1 – 30, 2022. Giving back has never been so sweetly simple and delicious. So, enjoy a Blizzard Treat today and help fund critical life-saving treatments and healthcare services for children in Texas.