Orphan Sundaes

Posted by Heather Sewell on November 08, 2012  /   Posted in Events

Orange Leaf YogurtThough the title of this blog might suggest some new and bizarre type of frozen treat, it’s really just a very unique and special way to make a difference in the life of the fatherless.

In recognition of Adoption Awareness Month, the owners of the Louisville Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt franchises have very generously offered to donate 100% of the tips they received every Sunday throughout the month of November to Orphan Care Alliance (OCA).

“The basis behind our partnerships is our core value as a group to ‘give generously,’” said Bardstown Road Assistant Manager Malisa Carroll. “We want to give of our money and time to those in need in the community. The Sunday tips and partnerships were a great way to get our employees to take ownership of that and have involvement in how we give. It’s not always the best business plan to give away money, but we feel that it keeps us grounded in making the community around a store a better place because we are there.”

It’s a great opportunity to invite friends, family, co-workers, strangers at the check-out line to enjoy frozen yogurt and support OCA. Whether you pile the kids in the car and take them out for a healthy treat, surprise a loved one “for no reason at all” or indulge your own craving, if ever there was a perfect time and place to tip generously, Sundays in November at Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt is it!

With three locations serving such a wide area of Louisville, there’s sure to be an Orange Leaf near you!

Locations and Sunday hours of operation:

3567 Springhurst Boulevard – next to Dick’s Sporting Goods (1:00-9:30 p.m.)
3012 Bardstown Road – in the Gardiner Lane shopping center (1:00-10:00 p.m.)
6661 Dixie Hwy – in front of Lowes (1:00-10:00 p.m.)

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