Texas Roadhouse donating 50% of proceeds to Baby Karter - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Texas Roadhouse donating 50% of proceeds to Baby Karter

Baby Karter (Source: Provided by family) Baby Karter (Source: Provided by family)
Show this Flyer at Texas Roadhouse Show this Flyer at Texas Roadhouse
Show this Flyer at Texas Roadhouse Show this Flyer at Texas Roadhouse
Source: Provided by family Source: Provided by family
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Baby Karter was born in January, 15 weeks premature, weighing only one pound and five ounces.

She has suffered many illnesses while in the hospital, including the rhinovirus. She has been at Cook Children's Hospital in Fort Worth since June, and was given a 10 percent chance of living.

Texas Roadhouse is holding a fundraiser for the family of Baby Karter on Wednesday. If you take a flyer or show the flyer on your phone, Roadhouse will donate 50 percent of your bill to the family to help with medical expenses.

You can find the flyer on their Facebook page, Pray For Karter Fayth.

Karter's grandmother will also be outside of roadhouse handing them out this evening.

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