The Frisco Station Partnership, composed of Hillwood, The Rudman Partnership and VanTrust Real Estate, has partnered with Frisco Fastpacs and Frisco ISD (FISD) to launch the Frisco Fastpacs’ Summer Meal Challenge. The program will provide three meals a day, seven days a week throughout summer school. To ensure the program’s success, the Frisco Station Partnership will match all monetary donations made to Frisco Fastpacs, up to $15,000, through the end of June!
“The current COVID-19 health and economic crisis has put an unforeseen financial burden on many communities and families all over the region,” said Trey Sibley, general manager of The Rudman Partnership. “We’ve witnessed firsthand the need our Frisco community is facing and we hope that by matching every donation, we will ensure that students in need are taken care of all summer long.”
The meal program will provide an additional layer of assistance to students served by the Frisco ISD Child Nutrition Department, which is providing free breakfast and lunch for students five days a week during the month of June.
“Frisco ISD is grateful for the continued support of Frisco Fastpacs, which has stepped up in a big way for students facing food insecurity during this difficult time,” said Frisco ISD Superintendent of Schools Dr. Mike Waldrip. “We thank Frisco Station Partnership for their generosity and commitment to matching community donations to this worthwhile cause. “The consistency and continuity of this service is especially impactful for families who have been impacted financially by COVID-19. By putting more food on the table, the summer meal program will provide a daily source of nutrition and stability, alleviating some of the stress and worry many families are experiencing at this time.”
For more information or to make your pledge, please visit:
https://www.friscofastpacs.org/summermealchallenge or text FASTPACS to 707070.