FTFF would like to say THANK YOU to all the folks at Avalanche Food Group and its 5 Houston area Twin Peaks’ Restaurants. They raised $2,759 to help FTFF feed Houston area students. You guys rock! We are truly grateful at FTFF for all you do for our community.
A big THANK YOU to FTFF’s buddies at Full Throttle Custom Cycles! We celebrated their 20th Anniversary and raised over $530 to help feed students in the Houston area. Owner, Jet, has been a long-time supporter of our mission. Thanks Jet and JJ for helping the kids!
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 +
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 +
On May 8, 2015, Kenny had the opportunity to volunteer with the Moran Norris Foundation. 100 Houston area students were chosen to participate in a shopping spree at the Super Target on South Main. Each student was given a $100 gift card. These students were chosen because they exhibit great character qualities and are all around good students. It was an amazing day for both FTFF and the students. Congrats to the students and hats off to Moran Norris Foundation! Thank you for letting us Read More +
On April 10, 2015, Founder/President, Kenny Thompson, had the privilege to speak to the Praeclarus Women’s Breakfast group at the St. Regis Hotel. You are one amazing group of women! Thank you for all you do for our city and communities. FTFF continues to help serve needy students and work towards permanent solutions. FTFF appreciates your lending an ear to the concerns over serving the alternative lunch.
On March 26, 2015, Kenny revisited Garfield Elementary in Pasadena ISD. After receiving a call from Principal Courtney Merilatt and learning that some of the Gators could use our assistance, FTFF was honored to step up to help these students. Principal Merilatt and her staff keep a watchful eye on their students, ensuring simply the best learning environment. Nutrition is key. Thank you for all you do. Go get ’em Gators!
On March 12, 2015, Kenny made a visit to Mark Twain Elementary in HISD. Home of the Tigers! We met with Principal Melissa Patin and made a donation to help feed her hungry Tigers. Thanks to the staff and principal for all you do to take care of your students and take hunger out of the equation! Thank you Jim Adler & Associates for helping feed Houston area students. You are GR-R-R-EAT!
On February 19, 2015, Kenny (FTFF) along with Bill Adler of Jim Adler & Associates, made a visit to Parker Elementary in HISD. It was a pleasure to visit with Principal Lori Frodine. A donation was made to the school to ensure hot, healthy, nutritious meals are fed to her Lions. No alternative lunches at Parker! Now that’s something to ROAR about!
FTFF would like to thank the School Nutrition Directors Association for having Founder, Kenny Thompson, speak at its meeting on February 12, 2015, which was hosted by Ft. Bend ISD. We are grateful we had the opportunity to continue the dialogue on the serving of the alternative lunch. We truly believe we can collectively find a permanent solution to this issue and to better serve our students. Nutrition makes a difference to a student’s success, self-esteem, and overall performance. There should never be an alternative to Read More +