Wingstop Charities Awards $93,000 During Fall Grant Cycle!

Wingstop Charities continues to amplify the efforts of our brand partners in the communities we serve through engaging youth in the pursuit of their passions, whether through education, arts, sports and career development.

Date icon December 8, 2020
Tag icon Art, Education, Grants, Sports

During this challenging year, we are especially grateful for the work our brand partners are doing to making a positive impact on young people and their communities.

Through our recent fall grant cycle, Wingstop Charities is excited to award 21 unique grants to 501c3 organizations, totaling $95,000. A record-breaking grant cycle!

Brand PartnerOrganization
David GartenAmarillo Angels
Joviane BrankerBlack History Museum
Jaymin PatelBoys & Girls Club of Kenosha
Lisa SoderstromFamily Life & Education Center
Tony PaduanoHOPE Farm
Tara DicksJacksonville School for Autism
Lisa SoderstromOrlando Youth Alliance
Michael NardelloSayre Language Academy
Nicole DrakeScripps Ranch High School Football Booster Club
Lisa SoderstromSeminole High School Ninth Grade Center
Joviane BrankerSeminole Soul
Lisa SoderstromSupport Our Scholars
Don ChalupkaThe CALL
Kerri SonenshineThe Dragon Kim Foundation
Tara DicksThe Foster Closet
Shelia GoldenThe Oakridge School
Cheryl GloverThe Pearl Foundation
Mia BoykinTia’s Chucha’s Centro Cultural
Michael NardelloWalther Christian Academy
Anthony PerezResurrection Elementary School
Laketress JonesNAF – Academy of Finance & Biomedical Science

This year Wingstop Charities has granted $180,000 to local organizations supporting our youth, with the fall grant cycle being our largest grant cycle yet funding $95,000 to 21 community organizations.

In response to COVID-19, Wingstop Charities partnered with brand partners to donate one million meals to local food banks and first responders. To date, Wingstop Charities has provided $100,000 in catastrophic response including donations to CORE (Children of Restaurant Employees), Barbershop Books and Educational First Steps.