1st Annual Lunch Angels Charity Golf Tournament

The New Year is off to an amazing start.  FTFF is extremely excited to announce the 1st Annual Lunch Angels Charity Golf Tournament!  Information on how to become a sponsor/donor or player is available by clicking on the Golf Tournament Link. FTFF would also like to thank all of its donors for the generous outpouring of support over the holidays!  The impact FTFF has made in area schools would not be possible without this support!  Generous donors from the staff at Reliance Holdings as well Read More +

Lunch Angel strikes again. This time at Rucker Elementary!

On December 15, 2015, Kenny paid a visit to the Roadrunners at Rucker Elementary in HISD. Under the guidance of Principal Blanco, the teachers and staff understand the importance of proper nutrition in a child’s success at school.  FTFF was honored to assist and put an end to the serving of the alternative lunch!  YAY!  Thank you for taking such good care of our kids. . . our future!  Merry Christmas to All!  Lunch for All!  

Lunch Angel visits Memorial Elementary

On December 11, 2015, Lunch Angel Kenny made his way to Memorial Elementary School in HISD, home of the Mustangs!  Kenny met with Dr. Garcia, Principal, and made a donation to keep her kiddos fed without ever serving the alternative lunch.  Dr. Garcia and her staff have only the best in mind for their students and for creating a top level learning experience.  Happy Holidays Mustangs!  

FTFF back in HISD

On October 23rd, Kenny made a visit to Red Elementary in HISD, home of the Bumble Bees. Principal Randle heads up the STEM Magnet school where nutrition is an important part of the success of her hive.  FTFF was honored to help out the worker bees and to keep them buzzing towards excellence!  Then, on November 6th, FTFF revisited our friends at Askew Elementary in HISD, home of the All-Stars.  While Principal Cumby is away on maternity leave (Congrats!), her awesome staff takes great care Read More +

FTFF visits Garfield Elementary in Pasadena ISD

On October 12, 2015, President/Lunch Angel Kenny and Vice President Susan made a visit to our friend, Principal Merilatt, at Garfield Elementary School in Pasadena ISD.  This caring principal and her wonderful staff understand the importance of providing the best learning experiences for their kids.  Nutrition is a key element to their productivity and success in the classroom.  In Gator Country, it is one of their priorities.  Go get ’em Gators!  

Back to School Donations

School’s back in session, and FTFF is ready to help keep Houston area students fed. FTFF kicked off the school year by making $1,000 donations to Spring Branch ISD’s Lunch Buddies Program and Cy-Fair ISD’s Lunch Super Hero Program.  We are extremely proud of these districts for continuing to feed their students only hot, healthy, nutritious lunches.  No alternative lunches!  When our students’ stomachs aren’t being fed, neither are their minds!  Thanks to all who continue to support us.  FTFF could not carry on with Read More +

FTFF Upcoming Summer Events

FTFF would like to thank all Houston area Twin Peaks Restaurants and Full Throttle Custom Cycles for reaching out to us and wanting to help us feed needy Houston area students!  We greatly appreciate it.  Here are 2 events to put on your calendar. Saturday, June 27, 2015, 11 am-2 pm–all Houston area Twin Peaks restaurants will wash your ride and donate to FTFF to care for Houston area students. Saturday, July 18, 2015, 12 noon – 5 pm–Full Throttle Custom Cycles is celebrating its Read More +

FTFF making a difference in Spring Branch & Cy-Fair ISD

May 14, 2015 FTFF DONATES TO 8 SPRING BRANCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS and CY-FAIR/CY-HOPE RECEIVES ANOTHER $500 DONATION FTFF would like to thank both Spring Branch and Cy-Fair ISDs for giving it the opportunity to help feed students through the lunch programs each has set up.  Thanks for an amazing year and for all you do for our students!  We look forward to next year and supporting these very important programs.  The elimination of the alternative lunch in these districts continues to be a significant step in Read More +