On July 25th Pay it forward with your tummy.

We are donating 100% of all Blizzard Sales to help save kids on July 25th!

DQ’s across the nation are selling Blizzards to save kids on July 25th: Miracle Treat Day. DQ Roosevelt isn’t donating profits, or a portion of your Blizzard sale: WE GO ALL IN AND DONATE 100% OF ALL BLIZZARD SALES on July 25th!

Let’s be clear: If you buy a Large Blizzard from us and it costs you $5.61, that means we are donating $5.61 to kids like Gannon!

Last year we raised an amazing $8,127.70 in one day! Will you come out and help us raise more to save kids like Gannon?

How to participate:

  1. On July 25th: Come into DQ and order a Blizzard! 100% will be donated.

  2. Right Now: Preorder Blizzards for your whole office using this order form: https://bit.ly/2Y6yVkH


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Meet Gannon and see the Miracle!

DQ Roosevelt has been giving to kids on the trauma floors at Penn State Children’s Hospital for over 30 years. In the last couple of years we have learned how much more we can raise for kids fighting for their lives right in our home town. CMN (Children’s Miracle Network) is a national organization that partners with local children’s hospital to save kids lives. Every dollar we raise stayer right here in Central PA and goes to kids at Penn State Children’s Hospital. The money is used for research, equipment and family care. Learn more about CMN here: https://www.cmnhershey.org/

Official 2019 DQ Roosevelt Miracle Kid: Gannon

Gannon and John Miller at DQ Roosevelt. Gannon just finished painting his ceiling tile as the official DQ Roosevelt Miracle of 2019!

Gannon and John Miller at DQ Roosevelt. Gannon just finished painting his ceiling tile as the official DQ Roosevelt Miracle of 2019!

Gannon, Age 5, York Haven, PA

Loves the Philadelphia Eagles, Buzz Lightyear and Woody from Toy Story, and French Fries!

Gannon was delivered by emergency C-section on December 11, 2013.  When Gannon was born he was 12 weeks premature and weighed only 13 ounces.  Gannon was transferred to Penn State Children’s Hospital by a pediatric ambulance for a Tracheostomy.  The doctors did not think he would survive, but he did earning him the nickname “Warrior Gannon, Jr.”.  After spending 225 days in the NICU he was allowed to go home.  Today “Warrior Gannon, Jr.” continues to defy the odds and is a thriving 5 year old little boy.