Langley Times staff did their part on Miracle Treat day at DQ Aug. 10.

UPDATE: Langley DQ set to make 5,000 Blizzards on Miracle Treat Day Aug. 10

Buy a Blizzard and help contribute to B.C. Children’s Hospital

Treat yourself to a DQ Blizzard Thursday, Aug. 10 and help a child.

On Miracle Treat Day, net proceeds from every Blizzard treat sold at participating DQ locations will be donated to your local Children’s Miracle Network member hospitals.

At the Langley DQ on Fraser Highway, they are expecting to make 5,000 Blizzards towards the cause.

Every day, 4,900 children enter a Children’s Miracle Network member hospital for treatment. Help participating DQ restaurants help local kids by purchasing a Blizzard Treat on Thursday, Aug. 10.

For more than 10 years, the DQ system has celebrated Miracle Treat Day.

In 2016, thanks to the generosity of local DQ stores and our fans, over $4 million was donated to Children’s Miracle Network member hospitals across the United States and Canada.

These donations help provide support for nearly 5,000 children that receive medical care every day.

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