Actress and author Tori Spelling and her kids, Liam (age 3) and Stella (age 2), joined the Dairy Queen Blizzardmobile at Children's Hospital Los Angeles to celebrate the 25th birthday of the Blizzard Treat and raise funds and awareness for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, a non-profit organization that supports more than 170 children’s hospitals.

Tori Spelling at Children's Hospital LA with her kids, Liam (age 3) and Stella (age 2)
Tori Spelling at Children's Hospital LA with her kids, Liam (age 3) and Stella (age 2)
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Photo credit: Michael Williams, Startraks Photo

An event full of fun for the pediatric patients, their families and hospital staff, Spelling and the DQ team handed out new Mini Blizzard Treats from the Blizzardmobile, boogied down at the sidewalk dance party and accepted donations on behalf of Children’s Miracle Network. A great prelude to Dairy Queen’s Miracle Treat Day on Thursday, August 5, when $1 or more from every Blizzard Treat sold at participating locations that day will be donated to Children’s Miracle Network, the event marks the Blizzardmobile’s fourth month on the road touring 25 markets in the U.S. and Canada.

Dairy Queen is one of the top ten contributors to Children’s Miracle Network raising more than $81 million since 1984. For more information about Miracle Treat Day, Dairy Queen or to find participating locations, visit MiracleTreatDay.com or DairyQueen.com.

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