Fourteen Foods Thanksgiving Luncheon

Fourteen Foods is a multi-unit owner and operator of 216 DQ Grill & Chill® restaurants and Dairy Queen Braziers in Alabama, Florida, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, South Dakota, Tennessee, North Carolina and Wisconsin.

Fourteen Foods supports 25 different CMN Hospitals. In 2018, they donated more than $120,000 on Miracle Treat Day. Over the last 10 years Fourteen Foods has given almost $900,000 to their CMN Hospitals.

“Working with CMN Hospitals has allowed us to support kids facing life-threatening challenges and difficult situations,” said Matt Frauenshuh, Fourteen Foods Dairy Queen owner and operator. “Our hope is we can help make a difference in supporting research and medical advancements to bring a little joy to children on their journey to recovery. Everyone knows someone who has been impacted by this and to have the opportunity to give back has been very meaningful to the Fourteen Foods Family.”

This year Fourteen Foods had some outstanding stores. Leading the pack was one of their Sioux Falls, SD locations as the number one Fourteen Foods fundraising location raising over $11,000. The Sellersburg, IN location had the highest percentage increase (198%) over their 2017 fundraising total.

“We are awed by the generous nature of Fourteen Foods and their fans to 25 children’s hospitals across the country,” said John Lauck, president and CEO of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. “We are inspired by Dairy Queen’s continued commitment to supporting children’s hospitals and the sick and injured kids in their communities.”

Fourteen Foods’ passion is to provide an escape from the ordinary, with a place to enjoy life’s every day celebrations. Thank you, Fourteen Foods, for your support of CMN Hospitals and allowing children to continue having celebrations.

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