Help Launch the Colorado Fire Victim “Dinner Fund”

Our Company | July 2, 2012 | By

Courtesy: Associated Press

We’ve learned that some of our Colorado Springs Dream Dinners customers have lost everything in the recent fires and we couldn’t just sit by and do nothing. To assist some of our hard hit customers and the community they live in, we’re opening a dinner fund in hopes of uniting fellow customers nationwide.

We’re launching the fund with a corporate donation of 6-months of dinners for a longtime customer who has no home now. But we would love to join hands with you and assist more victims as we learn of their property damage and losses.


Snow at the Supper Bowl

Our Company | February 4, 2011 | By

The Dream Dinners team is in North Richland Hills today setting up the store for tomorrows first Dream Dinners Supper Bowl. A kitchen battle between NFL AFC Wives and NFC Wives competing in a meal assembly contest for charity.


Dream Dinners Supper Bowl 2011

Our Company | January 31, 2011 | By

The  NFL wives battled off the field in what may be an indicator of who wins the big game on the field Sunday. More than a dozen pro-football wives will enter the “Dream Dinners Supper Bowl” … an intense kitchen battle pitting the AFC wives against NFC wives to make as many family dinners as possible in an hour.


Dream Dinners helping kids find Forever Families

Our Company | September 22, 2010 | By

For the past 5 years owners of Dream Dinners in Knowllwood Plaza of Granada Hills, CA has celebrated their store anniversary with a fundraiser to help thier community.  This year, for their 5 year anniversary, they did something a little different.


Riders Raising Awareness

Help us raise money and awareness for Prader-Willi syndrome research Cruiser bike riders gear up for 203 Miles of Heartfelt Fundraising! 10,000 cyclists will ride 203 miles in the STP (Seattle to Portland Bicycle Classic). But in a couple of weeks, a team of 17 men and women will fly in from around the west coast and do something die-hard bicyclists wouldn’t dare – ride a heavy, single speed 42-pound old fashioned beach cruiser in the Seattle to Portland Bicycle Classic. Other riders used to laugh at them and call them “showoffs”. But now days, the team gets respect and encouragement, even a thumbs up from other cyclists who cheer their cause.