Newsroom

Yogurtland Supports Local Children with Fundraiser to Benefit 11 Children’s Hospitals

(IRVINE, CA) May 11, 2015 – Beginning today through July 5, Yogurtland, the popular self-serve frozen yogurt pioneer, will hold a fundraiser for children’s hospitals. Together with its millions of fans, Yogurtland locations throughout California, Washington and Nevada hope to raise thousands of dollars to help children at 11 hospitals on the West Coast.

“With just one dollar, Yogurtland fans can help make a difference in the lives of sick children,” said Michele Sabala, Marketing Manager at Yogurtland. “Our fans know that a visit to Yogurtland can make a bad day good and a good day great, and we want to share that positive experience with these children and their families.”

Yogurtland fans can participate by donating in-store and 100% of the donations will directly to the hospitals.

The hospitals benefiting from the Yogurtland fundraiser include Rady Children’s Hospital (San Diego, Calif.), CHOC (Orange, Calif.), Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Cottage Children’s Hospital (Santa Barbara, Calif.), Lauren Small Children’s Medical Center (Bakersfield, Calif.), Valley Children’s Hospital (Fresno, Calif.) Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System (Salinas, Calif.), UC Davis Children’s Hospital (Sacramento, Calif.), UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital (San Francisco), St. Rose Dominican Hospital (Henderson, Nev.), and Seattle Children’s Hospital (Seattle, Wash.).

Videos