Support Genesis Women’s Shelter with your purchase on November 26

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Once the leftovers have gotten old, treat yourself to a night off and enjoy i Fratelli!  On Monday, November 26 your purchase will benefit Genesis Women’s Shelter.

Genesis provides shelter, safety, counseling, and expert services to battered women and their children.  Mention Genesis when you dine at i Fratelli Ristorante & Wine Bar or order from any i Fratelli Pizza location on November 26.  They will receive 15% of that purchase to carry on their mission of caring for north Texas families.



Give thanks and help combat hunger on November 19

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In the spirit of the season, 15% of your purchase on Monday, November 19 will benefit North Texas Food Bank.  Call for delivery, visit any of our nine pizza locations to pick up an order, or dine at i Fratelli Ristorante & Wine Bar.  Be sure to mention North Texas Food Bank when you place your order.

In 1982, the North Texas Food Bank was created to address the severe hunger problem in our community. At that time, 333,000 meals were provided in one year to individuals who were food insecure, meaning they were unsure where their next nutritious meal was coming from. As NTFB turns 30, the number of nutritious meals provided in fiscal year 2012 was 47 million.

Since 1982, we’ve seen many victories in the fight against hunger thanks to the support of volunteers, donors, companies, organizations, families, students, parents and individuals, all standing behind one mission: To passionately pursue a hunger free community.

What’s better than pizza on a Monday when you’re gonna be cooking up a storm the rest of the WEEK?!

Support CityWalk Playground on November 12

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Your pizza purchase on November 12 will benefit CityWalk Playground.  The playground is the brainchild of the Emerging Leaders class of the Dallas Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.  Choose any of our ten locations but be sure to mention you want 15% to go back to CityWalk.

CityWalk@Akard is a mixed-use building at 511 North Akard in downtown Dallas that includes 200 affordable housing units, and 100 of those units are dedicated as housing for the formerly homeless.  CitySquare was the organization that formed CityWalk@Akard’s nonprofit developer, the CDCDC (Central Dallas Community Development Corporation).  CitySquare provides resources onsite to the residents of the building to help give them a second chance to reintegrate back into society.

There are now 38 children living in the building with no public playground nearby.  The 2012 AIA Emerging Leaders class is comprised of young Architects from firms around Dallas who have come together to creatively design a play area within the building’s vacant loading dock area.  They will fundraise and start construction of the new play area beginning in the Fall of 2012.  They envision the play area to be a unique space which will give CityWalk@Akard the chance to expand their support programs for the children residing in the building.

Irving High School Band Alumni Association

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The Irving High School Band Alumni Association will be the beneficiaries of your pizza purchase on November 5!  Order from any i Fratelli Pizza location or dine at i Fratelli Ristorante & Wine Bar.  Mention IHS Band and they’ll receive 15% of your purchase to maintain the history of the IHS Band and support the current music program at the high school.

The IHSBAA’s goals include:

  • Raising funds for scholarships and other means of assisting students who are financially in need, musically talented, and demonstrate dignity, honor and pride in their academic and community endeavors.
  • Recruiting recent Tiger Band graduates, along with former students from all generations, to continually infuse the organization with new members and subsequently new ideas.
  • Developing and maintaining an accurate, historic, annual record of the Irving High School Tiger Band, from its formation in 1938 through the current year, as an ongoing, perpetual legacy for future classes and generations.