Posts Tagged ‘fill a glass with hope’

It’s Milkshake Time!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year….milkshake time! The annual PA Farm Show is here, and along with it, our delicious milkshakes.

We’re celebrating 65 years of serving shakes and over $840,000 raised for the Fill a Glass with Hope®️ campaign. That’s more than 7 million servings of milk.

With your help, we can do more. Snap a photo with your milkshake and upload it to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and tag it with #Shakes4Hope18, and we’ll donate $1 toFill a Glass with Hope®️. We’ll also pick one photo at random each day to win a free t-shirt!

Show us your milkshake love and you’ll be helping a neighbor in need!

How to Thank a Farmer This Holiday Season

Giant feasts and decadent desserts, family and friends, full bellies and messy kitchens – ah, the holiday season is here! For most, this time of year is a time to celebrate and have fun. Does it get any better than that?

For dairy farmers, the holidays are a little bit different. Dairy farmers make sure their cows are comfortable year-round, and the holidays are no exception. While dairy farmers make time to eat turkey, drink eggnog and be merry with their loved ones, their cows still require daily care – even on Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Happy Valley Gets Milkshake Smiles

Penn State Football fans, September home games just got a little sweeter! We’ll be serving our famous Dairymen’s milkshakes in Happy Valley before the games on September 2, 9, 16 and 30. Stop by Curtin Road Fan Fest by the Bryce Jordan Center to get an exclusive blue & white milkshake.

Each shake sold will donate $1 to the Fill a Glass with Hope campaign which provides fresh milk to local families in need. September is Hunger Action Month and you can help provide 8 servings of fresh milk with every shake you purchase! 

We’ll see you there. #WeAre going to tackle hunger together!

Fill a Glass with Hope®: A Success Story

Did you know that fresh milk is one of the most request items at food banks but that access to it is limited? When Pennsylvania dairy farmers learned this, they immediately set to work, forming partnerships that would put milk into food banks and ensure that their neighbors in need were able to receive nutritious fresh milk. The Fill a Glass with Hope® program was born.