At Yogurtland, our fans are constantly inspiring us to give back to the communities we share. Whether we’re helping combat human trafficking with our contributions to Exodus Cry, surprising the children at CHOC Children’s hospital with sweet treats, or raising funds to support schools in your community, we strive to find opportunities to give back in meaningful ways.
Without question, Yogurtland franchise owners share this passion for making a positive impact and we’re always inspired by them and their contributions.
We’d like to take this opportunity to recognize the outstanding efforts of our franchisee in Denver, CO, Melissa Bradley.
Melissa and her Denver stores recently held a fundraiser to help support the American Lung Association (ALA) – a company with a mission to help save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease – by asking for donations from Yogurtland visitors for Lung Force.
“By the time most women realize they have lung cancer, it’s too late,” Melissa said.
After attending several ALA meetings, learning about the disease and how it’s affected so many people’s lives, Melissa knew she wanted to help.
“I knew I had to do something, and an in-store donation program was the best way to raise money for the cause,” Melissa said.
Over the course of one month, Melissa and her stores were able to raise more than $6,000 for Lung Force.
“Many can relate to how bad your days are when you’re helping someone battle a sickness, let alone being the person to battle the sickness. At Yogurtland people were able to come in, make their favorite Yogurtland treat and donate to help make many people’s day great!” Melissa said. “It felt good for everyone involved."