Wendy's owners make generous donation to NHFAPAPosted Aug 02, 2022
Original article sourced from WMUR - Significant donation made to New Hampshire Foster and Adoptive Parent Association
A major donation was made Thursday to support foster families in New Hampshire, thanks to the generosity of Granite Staters.
Wendy's owners, in collaboration with New Hampshire Chronicle's "Home at Last" series, donated $57,923 to the New Hampshire Foster and Adoptive Parent Association.
Wendy's customers helped raise funds by purchasing coupon books. All the proceeds go to this incredible program that benefits foster families.
“It means that we continue to function for another year. We continue to help the 900 foster children in the state,” Mariellen Mackay, of the New Hampshire Foster and Adoptive Parent Association, said.
“It's something we firmly believe in, everybody in the organization, from the top to the bottom. So, we get behind the effort to raise money, and we then we kick in a little extra at the end,” Lawrence Wiley, a Wendy’s franchisee, said.
The program has raised more than $300,000 for the New Hampshire Foster and Adoptive Parent Association.
For more information on becoming a foster parent or how you can help, visit this link.
Wendy’s Home At Last Coupon Books to benefit the NHFAPAPosted Apr 07, 2022
Wendy’s Home At Last Coupon Books to benefit the NHFAPA go on sale at all Wendy’s locations on Monday, April 18, 2022 through Sunday, May 29, 2022. The coupon books for the Frosty’s will continue to be available through December 2022.