August 2, 2018
Frisco Family Services was one of seven nonprofits that were a part of the second annual Dallas Morning News Charities' Kids' Summer Feeding Campaign.

Beginning on May 23, 2018 and ending on June 29, 2018, the initial goal was to raise enough funds to provide 60,000 meals for North Texas children during summer break. 

The amount of support received from the community was incredible, and because of your help, the initial goal was exceeded by 20,000 meals! 

A combined total of 80,000 meals  are being distributed to North Texas children this summer.

Thank you for making a difference!
Eight new Board of Directors members bring HEART
From Left to Right: Abel Silva, Martin Thornthwaite, Shane Arledge, Russell Goin, Michael Howard, Shanna Keaveny, Tom Reitinger, Lesley Regalado
New members include Shane Arledge , Consultant;  Russell Goin , NewcrestImage; Michael Howard, Parkhill, Smith & Cooper; Shanna Keaveny, Texakoma; Lesley Regalado, Career Resource Services; Tom Reitinger, Community Volunteer, Abel Silva, Validus Technology Group; and Martin Thornthwaite, Clark Hill Strasburger , who joined the board on July 1, 2018.

“We’re very excited to welcome these eight new members to Frisco Family Services’ Board of Directors,” said Nicole Bursey, Frisco Family Services’ Executive Director. “Each of them has already shown a real heart for serving our community, and bring with them great skills and talents, which is so beneficial to our organization.”
Shop2Support
Take advantage of some great sales this month at Frisco Resale, and support your very own community at the same time!
Volunteer to Make a Difference
As kids go back to school, and summer vacation ends...
think about making a regular commitment to your community and volunteer at Frisco's only Community Food Pantry, Frisco Resale, or Frisco Family Services' Front Office.

Ready to make a difference in your community, but not sure if this opportunity is right for you?

Join us for a volunteer orientation to learn more about
Frisco Family Services and the volunteer opportunities available.

Orientations are on Wednesday, from 5 p.m. - 6 p.m.
and Fridays, from 4 p.m - 5 p.m.

Click here to learn more, or to join us for an upcoming orientation.
Coming Up!
Our 2018 Summer Lunch Program comes to an end with a Grand Finale event to celebrate another successful year of Lunching, Learning and Laughing on Friday, August 3rd.

For the past 9 weeks, more than 9,000 lunches and snack packs were provided to kids in our very own community.

Participants not only got to nourish their bodies with healthy meals and snacks, but they also participated in games, reading and social time. 

At our Grand Finale event, thanks to our passionate volunteers, like a group from Frito-Lay - PepsiCo, more than 300 children and their families will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of games, social activities, a raffle, and go home with food and snacks to help with lunches until school starts. 
Thank you to our host partners:
Grace Avenue United Methodist Church,
Stonebriar Community Church,
St. Philip's  Episcopal Church,
  Preston Tr ail Community Church,
Potter's House of North Texas, Prince of Peace Catholic Community,
Grace Church,
Frisco Bible Church
Save the Date for Gala 2019 - ONE!
Saturday, March 23, 2019
Hilton Dallas/Plano Granite Park Hotel
You won't want to miss this spectacular evening full of ONE community coming together for ONE purpose.

More details to come!
We are excited to announce that we are currently in the process of launching a new website design to help better serve you!

Our new website will be faster, easier to navigate on a desktop, smart phone or tablet, making your experience on our website much more efficient.

We’re currently still in the building phase right now.
Thank you for bearing with us but the wait will be worth it.

Keep an eye on our current website for more information soon !

Thank you for making our community a better place!
  Frisco Family Services helps members of our communities who are facing hunger, homelessness and other urgent needs improve their quality of life and achieve self-sufficiency.