Support Ragan’s Hope on January 28 with Pizza DoughNation. Just remember to mention Ragan’s Hope when you make your purchase at any i Fratelli location.
Ragan’s HOPE is committed to helping parents of children with catastrophic illnesses or injuries endure the initial impact and embrace the future by providing financial, emotional and spiritual support, in the name of Christ.
Our Vision is to help parents and communities lift up the children with seemingly insurmountable obstacles, to not only learn to rise up and meet their challenges, but to go on to live extraordinary lives.
For a parent of a child with a catastrophic illness or injury and ongoing medical needs, finding the way back to peace and a path forward can seem an impossibility. Ragan’s HOPE helps parents endure the initial impact and create a positive, nurturing environment for their child and family as they move together through the healing process.
Mention “Autism Speaks” with your order at any i Fratelli on January 21 and the organization will receive 15% of that purchase price back to support its research and programs.
Autism Speaks has grown into the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization, dedicated to funding research into the causes, prevention, treatments and a cure for autism; increasing awareness of autism spectrum disorders; and advocating for the needs of individuals with autism and their families.
We’ve just celebrated our 25th anniversary, and i Fratelli Pizza is growing. We are selling franchises and opening stores throughout the Metroplex and beyond. Join us now to be a part of this exciting time of rapid growth in our company. At i Fratelli, you’ll find a fun, fast-paced and supportive culture where all our success comes from our belief in people and a sincere investment in our employees.
i Fratelli management is a calling: we strive to make our customers and employees feel like family with warmth, teamwork and dedication. Our managers are obsessed with customer service. If you are a people person, i Fratelli could be the right place for you.
You know who you are–a natural leader, and you love orchestrating a winning team. You value your role as mentor and motivator. At i Fratelli, you can do all that–and more. Join our family for a world of possibilities. We offer good benefits and a bonus structure which rewards your hard work.
If you are a people person or know someone who is, contact us today! i Fratelli has many meaningful job opportunities.
Send your resume and a brief summary of your employment objectives to firstname.lastname@example.org.
i Fratelli is an equal-opportunity employer and provides excellent career opportunities for our entire team. Our company and franchise philosophies of promote from within and rewards based on performance are important elements of our corporate culture.
On January 14, mention Girls of Technology (GOT) and 15% of your purchase will go to support this student organization at Singley Academy. GOT supports and encourages girls who are interested in classes and careers that are often dominated by men. GOT is a community of girls who are interested in science, technology, math, and/or engineering careers.
Jack E. Singley Academy is unlike a traditional high school in that its framework incorporates six career specialization areas.
Help us save Bassets with your pizza purchase anytime Monday, January 7. Basset Rescue Across Texas (BRAT) will receive 15% of your purchase total to cover veterinary costs, food and boarding for the dogs in their rescue. Just mention BRAT when you place your order at any i Fratelli Pizza or dine at i Fratelli Ristorante & Wine Bar.
BRAT dogs are saved from overcrowded shelters and given a second chance at life.
Did you know that both David and Mike Cole attended El Centro College in Dallas studying culinary arts? That know-how has translated into years of quality Italian specialties (at i Fratelli Ristorante & Wine Bar) and our famous thin-n-crispy pizza. The brothers recognize the importance of fostering interest in the culinary arts among students of all ages, and David Cole acts as a mentor and guest speaker at many institutions.
The Coles were recently invited to the Conrad Hilton College of Restaurant and Hospitality Management at the University of Houston to share the story of the founding of i Fratelli. The Hilton College has begun the task of organizing and cataloging archival material from our 25 year history, which will be part of the collection of the school.
Your pizza purchase (or your lunch or dinner at i Fratelli Ristorante & Wine Bar) on Monday, December 17 will support the Nimitz High School Culinary Arts program. Just mention Nimitz when you place your order at any i Fratelli location.
The Main Place in Irving is a ‘store without a cash register’ which provides free clothing to high school students currently homeless, unaccompanied or in need.
Nationally, more than 1.6 million children or 1 in 45 are homeless in America, according to a report by The National Center on Family Homelessness. That is a 38% increase since the start of the U.S. recession in 2007.
Founder Sharon Johnston started ten years ago with a jean drive at the Irving Women’s Network holiday luncheon. Today, The Main Place boasts over 6,000 square feet, often overflowing with pre-owned clothes.
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.
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.
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.