April is Smooch Your Pooch month! We’re kicking it off with a DFW Humane Society fundraiser.

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Order pizza, salad, breadsticks and more from any i Fratelli Pizza location on Monday, April 2, mention DFW Humane Society, and we’ll donate 15% of your purchase total to help save abandoned dogs and cats.  DFW Humane Society is a no-kill shelter dedicated to giving homeless and unwanted pets a second chance in life through adoption.

Smooch Your Pooch is here!  Every Wednesday in April, stop in any i Fratelli Pizza with your dog to pick up a free LARGE cheese pizza!
No dog? Bring your significant other pet. To prove that said dog or significant other pet is truly yours, you may be required to kiss that animal on the lips!

One pizza per dog and master pair, one visit per Wednesday. Promotion offered to first 50 dogs arriving between 11 am and 10 pm (walk-up customers only) at any i Fratelli Pizza location, each Wednesday of April 2012.  i Fratelli Pizza Flower Mound opens at 4 pm. Sorry, offer not valid at i Fratelli Ristorante & Wine Bar.


Support these Organizations on Monday, March 26

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Place an order on Monday, March 26 from your neighborhood i Fratelli Pizza and mention the organization of the week to help that organization receive 15% of your purchase total!

Valley Ranch, Las Colinas & Coppell

Water is Basic-Irving Bible Church

Water is Basic exists to put clean, safe water within access of every person in the Republic of South Sudan.  Our organization is an outreach of Irving Bible Church.

Most of the 10 million people living in South Sudan have no access to clean water, resulting in millions of individuals contracting parasites and painful diseases which can result in death.  Every $150 raised will give safe, clean water to 100 people for 20 years!


Plano West

Berry Family

100% of the funds raised will be donated to the Berry Family Children’s Trust in Houston, TX.  On July 3rd, 2011, while returning from an annual family road trip in Colorado back to their home in Houston, Texas, the Berry Family found themselves victims of a horrific and tragic fatal car accident. Their minivan, carrying parents Joshua and Robin Berry and their children Peter age 9, Aaron age 8, and Willa age 6, was hit head on by another vehicle that had crossed into their lane of traffic. The parents, Joshua and Robin Berry, were tragically killed leaving their 3 children behind. While the children did survive the crash, both boys sustained serious spinal cord injuries and they are both paralyzed below the waist.

There is a significant need to raise funds to aid the children’s ongoing needs, including medical rehabilitation, physical therapy, psychological support and education.

The Berry Family 5K is being hosted in Plano on March 24.


Flower Mound

Flower Mound High School Rosettes

Funds will help pay for costumes and out-of-state trip expenses for the 2012-2013 school year.


Grapevine & Southlake

GCISD Early Childhood Development Center

Funds will be used to purchase new playground balls and items to promote outdoor activity.


Uptown & Park Cities

Community Partners of Dallas

Community Partners of Dallas is a nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring safety and restoring dignity and hope to abused and neglected children by providing resources and support to the caseworkers of Dallas County Child Protective Services.

Community Partners of Dallas served more than 16,000 children last year through six unique programs:

  • Rainbow Room, an emergency resource center providing critically-needed items for children in the care of CPS
  • Kids in Crisis, provides funds for children’s clothing, transportation, therapy, enrichment activities, housing and medical expenses
  • Adopt-A-Caseworker, connects individuals and businesses with CPS caseworkers to help them meet the needs of clients
  • The Heart Program, an internationally-recognized program that provides therapeutic group treatment to victims of sexual-abuse and their non-offending family members
  • Caseworker Appreciation, events that are held to show appreciation and gratitude to caseworkers
  • StoryLine, (214) 446-2222, a phone line that children can call 24 hours a day to hear a story



Community Partners of Dallas Rainbow Room


High Schoolers, Aggie Moms, and Bulldogs!

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Pizza DoughNation sponsored organizations for Monday, March 19:

Individuals who place an order on Monday, March 19 from their neighborhood i Fratelli Pizza and mention the organization of the week will help that organization receive 15% of the purchase total.

Valley Ranch and Las Colinas

StoneGate Christian Academy

Support StoneGate with funds to help pay for our gym rental fees.

Plano West

Frisco Cares

The Frisco Cares Children’s Clinic was established in 2005 in order to address the growing healthcare needs of uninsured children in Frisco and surrounding communities.  The children’s clinic has since expanded to serve adults.  Today, Frisco Cares has 20 volunteer medical professionals, over 40 volunteer nurses, and over 75 non-medical volunteers who are dedicated to helping those in need.  Each year volunteers provide thousands of hours of service.  It is our mission to provide the highest-quality, most cost-efficient health and wellness care to the underserved in our community.


Flower Mound

Flower Mound High School JROTC

Support our students as they learn how to be productive members of their community.  Funds help sponsor leadership camps and drill competitions.


Trinity High School GAP Club

Our club sponsors the Euless Animal Shelter, and funds raised will be used for vaccinations and our spay/neuter project for shelter pets.  Since our girls’ club has been working with the shelter, the euthanasia rate has been cut 80%.  We hold two pet fairs a year at Trinity High School including low-cost vaccinations and microchipping.  We visit the shelter once a week to give vaccinations, walk the dogs, and take pictures to update information on petfinder and other adoption websites.

See how the GAP Club makes a difference for THS girls and their community:



Coppell Aggie Moms

Our group contributes funds to student organizations at Texas A&M University.

Southlake, Uptown, Park Cities

Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue

Funds will provide ongoing support of bulldog rescues in the metroplex, including vet bills and general supplies.



Support the Bath House Cultural Center (and more) March 12

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Pizza patrons who place an order on Monday, March 12 from their neighborhood i Fratelli and mention the organization of the week will help that organization receive 15% of the purchase total.


Valley Ranch and Las Colinas

Boy Scout Troop 175 of Irving

Troop 175, Irving’s oldest Boy Scout troop, is celebrating our 50th anniversary this year.  We are raising funds to buy a new trailer and camping supplies so our scouts can continue to enjoy the outdoor adventures that make scouting great!


Flower Mound

Marcus Color Guard

Marcus Color Guard is part of the State Champion Marcus Marching Band.  We are raising funds for our April trip to Winter Guard International to compete there for the first time in five years.



Coppell Lacrosse Association

DoughNation funds will support recruitment and training of new players, payment of tournament fees, referee fees, and field usage fees.


Uptown and Park Cities

Friends of the Bath House Cultural Center at White Rock Lake

Friends flock to order i Fratelli Pizza for the Bath House Cultural Center on White Rock Lake

The Friends are raising funds for renovations and improvements to the Bath House Cultural Center at White Rock Lake, a landmark Art Deco building.  The BHCC is a neighborhood cultural center which celebrates the diversity of local theater companies and artists.  The Bath House serves children, seniors, and the community at large.  Built in 1930, the BHCC is in need of upgrades and renovation.  Help us preserve this valuable historic asset to White Rock Lake and the City of Dallas.

Pizza For a Cause! Monday, March 5

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On March 5,  your i Fratelli pizza is more than delicious…its purchase will support local organizations.  Congratulations to our recent top earners:  Brother Bill’s Helping Hand with a $109.17 doughnation and Colleyville Heritage High School Marching Band with a $75.41 doughnation.  Nominate your organization today by clicking the tab to the right of this post.

Pizza DoughNation sponsored organizations for Monday, March 5:

Pizza patrons who order Monday, March 5 from their neighborhood i Fratelli Pizza and mention the organization of the week will be contributing to a sales total of which 15% will be donated back to the organization! 

Valley Ranch and Las Colinas

MacArthur High School Fire Truck Crew


Mac Fire Truck Crew



Lakeside Elementary and PTO

Your pizza purchase will help us make school improvements and invest in new technology.

Grapevine and Southlake

Colleyville Heritage High School Baseball

Help us succeed with funds which will be put to good use in the purchase of equipment and financial support for athletes.

Uptown and Park Cities

McKinney Avenue Transit Authority

McKinney Avenue Transit Authority seeks doughnations for the funding and development of our volunteer support organization.  Money will be used to recruit and train new volunteers and to operate and repair the vintage trolleys in Uptown.  Our volunteers donate their time and talents to make Uptown a unique and fun destination!