On January 23, 2015, Founder/President of Feed the Future Forward, Kenny Thompson, made a visit to Hines-Caldwell Elementary School in HISD. He met with Principal Torrye Hooper and made a donation to help feed her Falcons. Principal Hooper acknowledges that nutrition is a key element to her students’ performance. No alternative lunches ever to be served to her Falcons! Only the best for her students! Way to go Principal Hooper. . . you truly are super!
What a busy month! With the Radio City Rockettes having been in town (49 shows in 3 1/2 weeks) and the students just returning from the Christmas holidays, FTFF is anxious to get back to school! We are already in contact with several area schools where students need our help. FTFF will answer the call. We would like to thank the Houston Chronicle and the IATSE Bulletin (photo included) for the recent articles written on our President and Founder, Kenny Thompson. And always, thank you Read More +
On December 15th, 2014, our Founder, Kenny Thompson, made a visit to Walnut Bend Elementary in HISD. FTFF was excited to make a donation to Principal Dahlquist to help keep her Eagles soaring! Thank you Principal Dahlquist for having FTFF and giving us this opportunity. Merry Christmas Eagles!
Founder/President Kenny Thompson met with Principal Day at Travis Elementary School in HISD on December 10, 2014. A donation was made to the school to help with lunch balances. No alternative lunches will ever be served at his school! Roar…Tigers…Roar!
Speaking to HISD Board of Education. On November 14th, FTFF Founder Kenny Thompson addressed the HISD Board of Education on the serving of alternative lunches in the remaining 114 schools in the district that did not qualify this year under the new CEP Program. We will continue to help work towards a speedy solution. Education, Nutrition, Performance!
On November 13th the Lunch Angel–Kenny Thompson–on behalf of FTFF, made a visit to Condit Elementary in HISD. It was truly an amazing visit with Principal Dan Greenberg and his staff. FTFF made a donation to the school to help with hot, healthy lunches for its students. The Cats are in good hands at Condit! Principal Greenberg and his staff will only serve full, hot, healthy nutritious lunches to their students! You guys rock! Go Cats!
Oates Elementary Eagles (HISD) On October 23rd, FTFF made a visit to Oates Elementary in HISD and met with Principal Isabel Palacios. She truly understands what it means to do the best for her students. We made a donation to the school to help feed her students for the entire school year with no mention of an alternative lunch! We salute the principal and staff at Oates Elementary for caring for our kids. It is truly a school where Eagles can soar to great heights! Read More +
FTFF makes a visit to Harby Junior High School in Alvin ISD, Texas. After hearing that the Principal pays off the outstanding lunch account balances for her students at the end of the school year, we had to get involved. We made contact with the school and support its efforts for doing the best for its students. A donation was made to help get the students through the end of the year without lunch worries. What an amazing principal and staff! Just as amazing was Read More +
Brookdale Plaza Galleria FTFF would like to thank all of the residents and staff at Brookdale Plaza Galleria for their generous donation to help feed the students in our area. We had a great time visiting with the residents and staff of this amazing community. We at FTFF are continually humbled by the generosity and caring from our community. We continue our mission with a deep passion in hopes of a permanent solution for all our students, everywhere! These students are our future. We can Read More +
What a way to kick off the new school year. HISD has taken a huge step in eliminating the alternative lunch option for the district! FTFF talked to our friends in the district to extend its Congratulations! HISD is excited, as it should be. FTFF shares that excitement and looks forward to the entire district becoming alternative lunch free! The district still has roughly 120 schools that may need assistance. FTFF will continue discussions with our friends at HISD to see how it may be Read More +