Just because the weather’s cold doesn’t mean that it’s not the perfect time to stock up on free Jr. Frosty’s from Wendy’s. I remember the first time as a child that I got a Jr. Frosty. It was chocolate – the only flavor offered back then. Honestly, I was super excited to get the ice cream and then disappointed that I wasn’t getting the large. Looking back, I needed the Jr. Frosty because it filled me up and was delicious. Fast forward many, many years and vanilla Jr. Frostys were my go-to when I was pregnant. Looks like they had a lasting impression. This year I have another reason to love Wendy’s.
Through The Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption® (DTFA), Wendy’s founder, Dave Thomas began his journey as the spokesperson for national adoption awareness. The main goal was to find not only loving, but permanent homes for children in foster care. It’s a campaign that has been going strong for 22 years. Mr. Thomas said it best, “These children are not someone else’s responsibility. They are our responsibility,” when he rallied for supporters to stand up and be the voice for foster children.
Because of the DTFA, 4,000+ children have found adoptive families. All because the foundation made it their responsibility to find homes for these children. It’s alarming to see the numbers. More than 100,000 children are waiting to be adopted with no idea when they can leave foster care. Buy purchasing a $1 Wendy’s® Halloween Coupon Book you could do your part to support foster care adoption.
With a goal of raising $10 million for The Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption®, Wendy’s® needs your help! I thought I would share some fun ideas on how to use these free Frosty coupon booklets to inspire you to make your donation today:
Don’t want to spend a lot on party favors for your child’s upcoming birthday party, Halloween party, or class gathering? Grab one coupon book or grab fifteen. It’s money well spent and a lot less expensive than putting together a treat bag for each child. One booklet includes 10 free Jr. Frosty coupons (or 5 depending on location) so divide it up to one coupon per child or surprise each child with a booklet of free Frostys.
Chore charts, behavioral charts, potty training charts, or whatever weekly reward system you’ve got in place for your little one can benefit from the Frosty coupon booklet. For every block checked off during the week reward positive behavior with a Jr. Frosty of their choice on “Frosty” Friday. Parents you’ve purchased the booklet for $1 and you get 10 free Jr. Frostys – that’s a huge savings. It’s the best deal when you have more than one child participating in your reward system.
Halloween Goodies for Trick or Treaters
How many times have you dropped $20 or more on Halloween candy only to have an entire bowl left at the end of the night? Sometimes you can’t predict how many trick-or-treaters you’ll have on the spookiest night of the year, but you can save yourself lot of cash and a few extra pounds by purchasing a Wendy’s Jr. Frosty coupon book this Halloween. I wouldn’t advise passing out entire booklets to each visitor, but I would pre-clip and offer one free Frosty coupon attached to a lollipop or other small candy bar. One bag of candy and three coupon books cover you for approximately 30 trick-or-treaters. You’ll be a popular house to visit this Halloween, and your treat only cost you $3 plus the candy.
All of these are fun and practical ideas for getting the most out of your $1 Jr. Frosty™ Halloween Coupon Book. Please if you are able to make just a $1 contribution you could be helping a child in foster care find their permanent family.
Visit your local Wendy’s® to purchase a Jr. Frosty™ Halloween Coupon Book* for $1, which benefits the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption®!
*Coupon book may contain coupons for 5 or 10 free Jr. Frosty™ treats. Prices and participation may vary. Ninety cents to every $1 coupon booklet sold between 9/15/14 and 10/31/14 will benefit the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption®. Coupons valid from 11/1/14 through 2/1/15. ©2014 Oldemark LLC
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.