From Summer Lunches to Backpacks & Books...
we're excited to share how your Caring makes our community go 'round!
Summer Lunch Program Serves up the Food… and FUN!

As the Frisco and Frisco ISD community continues to grow, so must Frisco Family Services. What started as a program to provide local school-aged kids with lunches and weekend meals during summer break has turned into something much more—  a fun and community-focused experience for participants and their families.
While school is out, Frisco Family Services partners with community supporters and volunteers to provide food and activities each day at five different sites. Activities range from science experiments to canvas painting to petting zoos, all to encourage socialization among the kids and their families. This year’s program began on June 3, and 9 weeks and 22,034 lunches and weekend meals later, Frisco Family Services held their annual Grand Finale event, sponsored by Frito-Lay - PepsiCo, to celebrate a hunger-free summer! The fun and sense of community were amplified as around 300 kids and their families came out and had a blast as they danced around the bubble-making bus, got their face and nails painted, programmed robots, made slime and tie-dye shirts, played kickball, and enjoyed snow cones, and free books. A raffle even provided a handful of kids with a brand new bike and rocking horses!
Frisco Family Services Summer Lunch Program is made possible thanks to a community that CARES.
Watch our video that captures moments of   laughter, fun and family at this year's Summer Lunch Program! 
Frisco Family Services' Back2School Fun Fair ensures students in our community are able to start the school year off with success!
August 5th was a special day where nearly 250 eligible Frisco ISD students (grades K-12) received a new backpack, required school supplies, new T-shirts, socks, underwear and tennis shoes thanks to Amica Insurance, new jackets thanks to Macy's, vision screenings by Esslior Of America, haircuts, and much more thanks to individuals that sponsored all our students.
Because of you, students in our community were able to start the school year with all the essentials and confidence needed!
Even parents benefited with numerous resources and helpful vendors who participated this year.
Food For Thought...
This past fiscal year, 541,525 meals were provided to our neighbors in crisis through Frisco’s only community Food Pantry.
How can you take action right now? Rise to the occasion today!
Prevent hunger by donating current most-needed baking items directly to Frisco's only community Food Pantry.
  • Boxed Baking Mixes
(Bisquick, Brownie, Cake, Cookie, Cornbread, etc.)
  • Cooking Oil
  • Sugar
  • Flour
  • Jell-O
Please bring donations directly to Frisco Family Services Food Pantry:
9085 Dogwood St., Frisco , during regular business hours:
Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and Wed. from 9-6 p.m. Frisco Resale will accept Food Pantry donations during regular store hours on Saturdays.

Your support is beyond measure!
We want YOU
Capital Campaign
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Now that you've watched the video, if you’d like to know how you can take part in the campaign, please check out .
Save the Date to make an IMPACT on your local community on North Texas Giving Day, September 19th, or Schedule YOUR Gift TODAY!

Now through September 18 , you can schedule your gift to help support your neighbors in crisis and help keep our community strong!
Head over to Downtown Frisco's Rail District to support and shop for a cause at participating locations. A portion of the proceeds benefits Frisco Family Services.
Join us for another evening of shopping, bites, sips and COMMUNITY!
Gala 2020 - ONE: Saturday, March 28

Mark your calendars NOW!

You don't want to miss a spectacular evening having ONE community coming together for ONE purpose, taking place at Hilton Dallas/Plano Granite Park Hotel.

More details to come.
Thank you for making our community a better place!
For 25 years, Frisco Family Services has helped members of our Frisco and Frisco ISD communities who are facing hunger, homelessness and other urgent needs improve their quality of life and achieve self-sufficiency.