Food Fight Community Support:
Food Fight Restaurant Group began as neighborhood a partner and continues to be a large part of the neighborhoods it serves. Therefore we direct our attention to the needs of Dane County, to keep our donations local and benefiting the communities and customers we serve. We solicit the opinions of our employees to find out which organizations are near and dear to their hearts. Since 2014, 40% of Food Fight’s charitable contributions have gone to agencies and organizations named by our employees. Our goal is to increase that number every year.
All requests must be made by completing and submitting the online donation request form. A minimum of 30 day notice is required for consideration. You will be contacted approximately one month prior to your event, to indicate whether or not the request will be fulfilled. – Donations are sent by US Mail mid-month of the month prior to the date of the event or are available for pick-up from the Food Fight office.
Contributions will demonstrate social responsibility in our local community and create positive visibility. Given the volume of requests we receive, donations are limited to one per organization per calendar year and are granted on a first come, first served basis in accordance with our monthly donation budget.
Groups making requests must not discriminate for any reason including age, race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national or ethnic origin, political beliefs, veteran status, disability or any other category protected by state of federal law.
We are unable to fulfill requests for the following purposes:
- Political campaigns and candidates
- Individuals (travel, starting a business, paying back loans, scholarships, stipends, fellowships, personal assistance, research, study)
- Memorial funds
- Capital campaigns
- Research Projects
- Proposals for film, television or radio programs
- Organizations that might in any way pose a conflict with the company’s goals, products or employees