i Fratelli is proud to support Medical City Dallas Imaging Department in raising funds for QuestCare Clinic: A Watermark Community Church Partnership. QuestCare provides health care to the uninsured and underinsured in DFW. Their services are in such demand a second clinic location has been planned.
Just mention QuestCare with your order at any i Fratelli location on Monday, August 19. Applies to take out and delivery at any of our ten pizza locations or dine in or take out at i Fratelli Ristorante & Wine Bar.
QuestCare Clinic is designed to provide free, comprehensive care in a new way. We hope to model Christ to meet both physical and spiritual needs of the area. QuestCare Clinic serves as a starting point of a partnership dedicated to the transformation of this community. Our mission is to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the community we serve in conjunction with partners from the public, private and faith-based sectors.
DFW Lab Rescue is our i Fratelli Pizza DoughNation organization for Monday, August 12. Mention them with your order and they’ll receive 15% back.
The Dallas Fort Worth Labrador Retriever Rescue Club, Inc. is dedicated to alleviating the needless death and suffering of homeless or misplaced (lost and stray) purebred Labrador Retrievers in the Dallas Fort Worth area.
By rescuing and rehabilitating homeless Labradors in our community, vigorously promoting responsible dog ownership through active participation in pet-related events, and through our own education program, we strive for a better life for each of our animals.
Your purchase at any of our 11 locations on Monday, July 29 can go towards funding First United Methodist Church Grapevine’s missions locally and around the world. Just mention FUMC with your order and they’ll receive 15% back to continue their good works.
The World Service Fund truly demonstrates the Mission of the United Methodist Church by supporting specific local church work with children, youth, students, persons who are mentally and physically challenged, adults and older persons; and providing leadership and coordination for denominational ministry with youth.
The Villages is an initiative to help our children and youth gain a global perspective and change lives in individual villages in Kenya, Costa Rica and right here in Grapevine.
Weekend Food is a program which provides children, who are on free lunch during the school week, a bag of supplemental food for the weekend. We provide lightweight, individually wrapped items that the children can prepare themselves.
DoughNation funds will also support The Well, a revitalizing ministry for women, and Youth Missions at home and abroad.
Enjoy i Fratelli on MONDAY JULY 15 and mention the DFW Tzus and More Rescue Group. When you do, they’ll receive 15% back! Applies for lunch or dinner at any of our 11 locations. See http://ifratelli.net for menu, locations, and phone numbers.
DFW Tzus & More Rescue is a charitable, 501(c)3 nonprofit rescue and foster care organization based in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex whose ultimate mission and duty is to match homeless Shih Tzu, Lhasa Apsos, and their furry friends with their ideal, loving, forever home, and give these homeless animals a second chance at a wonderful, new life that they so richly deserve. By working closely with local animal shelters, we hope to prevent the senseless euthanasia of these unfortunate stray or abandoned pets, which have ended up in shelters through no fault of their own.
Say “Camp Sweeney” on Monday, July 8 when you dine at any of our 11 i Fratelli locations. When you do, they will receive 15% back for youth camper scholarships.
Camp Sweeney is a non-profit camp for kids with Type 1 Diabetes. Each year, we serve approximately 850 campers, many of whom do not have the resources to pay for the $3,000.00 tuition for one three week camp session. These funds would go towards camper scholarships, and nothing else.
When a child is diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, his or her life is changed forever. Insulin injections, pump site changes, blood-sugar tests, and a diet plan become a part of the daily routine for a child with diabetes. Unfortunately, while many children know what is necessary to stay in good control of their condition, they find it hard to live the kind of regimented lifestyle which will allow them to live long and healthy lives.
At Camp Sweeney, we believe that simply teaching children about diabetes is just not enough. Our goal is that every child who attends our camp will not only learn about his or her condition, but will find the inner strength each day to do what it takes to live a healthy lifestyle.
Mention Duck Team 6 with your order on Monday, June 24 and they will receive 15% back. Fundraiser applies at all 11 of our locations, for carry out, delivery, or dine-in at i Fratelli Ristorante & Wine Bar.
Duck Team 6 is a group of friends who have experience rescuing dogs from the streets. We decided to work together as a team in hopes of being able to save more dogs.
We do what we can, but please know we cannot take in dogs that we capture. DT6 is not a “rescue group” that fosters, boards, or shelters dogs. However, we are a “capture team” that helps with the capture of elusive dogs and then works with those rescue groups to place a captured dog in a foster home, forever home or no-kill organization.
The street dogs tend to adjust really well once they are in a home environment; they just need a chance. Thank you for helping them – these dogs are fending for themselves and they need our entire community’s help.
H.O.P.E. Farm mentors boys from single-parent homes who lack a positive male influence in their lives. The youth enter the program between the ages of 5and 7 and the program is designed to nurture them through high school.
H.O.P.E Farm currently has over 50 boys enrolled on two campuses. The bulk of our 18 employees are program oriented and spend their time teaching, coaching, and mentoring H.O.P.E. Farm boys and their families.
Here at H.O.P.E. Farm we measure success in demonstrable behavioral change. H.O.P.E. Farm works directly with parents and teachers to create accountability and a “life plan” for each boy. The plan is charted through specialized behavioral accountability folders and regular communication among each educator, H.O.P.E Farm Staff member and caregiver in the life of the child.
This H.O.P.E. Farm fundraiser is sponsored by the Smiles for Life Foundation, DFW Smiles in Grapevine, Stephen Parker DDS, and DFW Smiles staff.
Mention STARR Readers with your order and they will receive 15% back to encourage youth literacy in South Texas.
Starr Readers provides new and unused books every December to children of Starr County, Texas, which is located along the Texas-Mexico border. Starr County is considered to have one of the highest poverty rates in the United States. Starr Readers helps enamor children with reading at an early age to encourage a lifetime of joy which books can provide.
On Monday, June 10 mention American Legion Post 379 with your order and they will receive 15% of your purchase. The fundraiser is valid all day, from 11 am to 10 pm at all 11 of our Metroplex locations. Pre-orders are welcome and count towards the sales total. See ifratelli.net for a list of locations and menus.
Since our charter in 1964, our American Legion Post 379 (Hurst-Euless-Bedford) has been welcoming VETERANS from all branches of our Armed Forces. Today, we continue to welcome all military personnel serving our country. Our motto is “FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.“
Monies raised continue to help us sponsor Scholarships for our children, give aid and assistance to our local needy Veterans and their families, and support our many Americanism programs. They also help us to continue to support financially worthy community programs and projects.
The last week of school is here! Celebrate with pizza on Monday, June 3 (lunch OR dinner, carry-out OR delivery) and mention the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. You can save some time and breath by just saying JDRF, we’ll know what you mean! They will receive 15% back on each order when you mention them.
JDRF is the leader of the type 1 diabetes (T1D) community—unifying global efforts to cure, treat, and prevent T1D. Through a transformative vision, breakthrough innovations, and effective operations, JDRF is working to remove the impact of T1D from people’s lives until we achieve a world without T1D.