Place an order on Monday, April 30 from your neighborhood i Fratelli Pizza and mention the organization of the week to help that organization receive 15% of your purchase total!
Coppell Bible Fellowship
Coppell Bible Fellowship is preparing for a mission to the Amazon region of Brazil. They will travel with doctors, dentists and optometrists and deliver supplies to isolated villages.
Valley Ranch, Las Colinas & i Fratelli Ristorante & Wine Bar
MacArthur High School 2012 After Prom
Provide the Class of 2012 a safe, alcohol-and-drug-free environment to celebrate after prom.
Uptown & Park Cities
Texas Trees Foundation
The Texas Trees Foundation has a vision for our community. It is a community comprised of beautiful, well maintained parks, shady tree-lined streets and boulevards, hiking, biking and nature trails, and other outdoor amenities which combine to form a living and working environment that enhances the economic value of its commercial areas and its neighborhoods, and nurtures the health, safety and quality of life of all its citizens; a community in which its citizens actively participate in building and sustaining its “urban forest.” The Foundation will serve as a catalyst in creating such a community.
Be sure to mention the organization when you place your order! Congratulations Dallas Center for Architecture for achieving a huge response to their fundraiser last week with over $1000 worth of the best pizza in the Metroplex purchased to benefit their programs.
Travis Elementary PTA
Funds go to support the students at the W. B. Travis Vanguard & Academy for the Academically Talented & Gifted, a TEA Exemplary School and our neighbor in Uptown! Travis is updating the computer lab to provide cutting edge technology to teachers and students.
i Fratelli supports Irving Cares, which is dedicated to identifying and providing needy residents with temporary assistance and training to promote self-sufficiency. Irving Cares provides financial assistance (mortgage, rent, utilities), job-training and employment assistance, and transportation to and from doctors’ offices. A food pantry is maintained by Irving Cares for those in need.
Cole Brothers David and George presented a check for $219.94 to the DFW Humane Society today. Humane Society supporters purchased over a thousand dollars worth of i Fratelli pizza on April 2, 2012. The Coles were so impressed with the result that i Fratelli gave back 20% of the sales to the shelter.
Sarah Kammerer (pictured) is the Executive Director of the DFW Humane Society, which is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization founded in 1967. It is a no-kill shelter dedicated to giving homeless and unwanted pets a second chance in life through adoption. The shelter houses about 80-100 animals at any given time and takes in strays and owner-released pets from throughout the DFW Metroplex. The shelter depends solely on caring people for its survival. All photos by Cathy Keane.
Pizza DoughNation is in its tenth week! Celebrate with a hot thin-n-crispy pizza delivered to your door. Place an order on Monday, April 16 from your neighborhood i Fratelli Pizza and mention the organization of the week to help that organization receive 15% of your purchase total!
Coppell High School Theatre Booster Club
Support student productions of community theater in Coppell.
Valley Ranch & Las Colinas
YMCA School Age Services-Lively Elementary
The YMCA Partner’s Campaign of School Age Services provides financial assistance for families and children who cannot afford to learn to swim, go to summer camp, or participate in after-school programs. All donations go directly towards our events, providing kids from struggling families opportunities that they would not have otherwise.
Grapevine & Southlake
Colleyville Heritage High School Athletics Booster Club
The Colleyville Heritage High School Athletics Booster Club represents 15 UIL sports. We’re raising money for a campus-wide Leadership Development Program for our coaches and players.
Uptown & Park Cities
Dallas Center for Architecture
Celebrate Architecture Month with a pizza purchase benefiting the Dallas Center for Architecture. Founded by AIA Dallas in 2008, the Dallas Center for Architecture is one of the nation’s first centers devoted to bringing the public more actively into the conversation about the importance of architecture and design to transform the way we live. We examine a variety of topics–from sustainability and design excellence to preservation and urban planning.
DCFA presents a variety of public programs, including walking tours, film screenings, exhibitions, panel discussions and family programs. We also have a scholarship/traveling fellowship program that awards thousands of dollars to the next generation of architects and design professionals.
Young Life is raising funds to defray the cost of summer camp for high schoolers.
Grapevine & Southlake
Texas Revolutions Cycling Team for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society
Our team participates in the annual Bike MS event to raise funds to find a cure for Multiple Sclerosis. Coincidentally, this is also the 25th Anniversary of the Dallas area Bike MS. This is a two-day ride covering more than 150 miles, beginning in Frisco and ending at Texas Motor Speedway. All funds will be posted against our team account with the MS Society and will count towards Texas Revolutions Team totals.
The MAC strives to make the challenging world of contemporary art relevant and accessible to new and continuing audiences by offering all visual art exhibitions, lectures, and literary readings free and open to the public. DoughNation funds will be used to support the upcoming visual exhibition costs.
The McKinney Avenue Contemporary (The MAC) is a nonprofit organization that stands as a Dallas advocate for creative freedom offering the opportunity for experimentation and presentation of art in all disciplines. It supports the emerging and established artist’s role in society by providing a forum for critical dialogue with their audiences. This relationship is cultivated through education and innovative programming.