The BoomerJack’s restaurant group, is collecting donations for our Feed Our Kids Program at all thirteen of their locations now through August 25th!
Enjoying their mouth-watering eats and super cold drinks then opt to round-up your tab to the next dollar, or you may make a donation to Feed Our Kids – $1, $5, whatever you like.
BoomerJack’s is the place to be. Kick back, relax and enjoy wall-to-wall TV’s for big games, delicious American food, cold drinks and wallet-friendly pricing in a friendly, easy-going atmosphere.
Can’t make it into the restaurant? They also offer online ordering and Grubhub, plus, some locations even deliver!
We are so very thankful to our 2019 GRACE Gala co-chairs, Kimberly and Brent Tipps, owners and operators of BoomerJack’s, and their hard-working family of employees for this generous opportunity to raise funds for our life-changing Program!
Head on over to your nearest BoomerJack’s restaurant today and help Feed Our Kids!
Visit any of these fun, fine locations to contribute to the BoomerJack’s Feed Our Kids fundraising effort:
- 2300 Airport Freeway Ste 222
Bedford, TX 76022
Dallas Casa Linda
- 9540 Casa Linda Plaza
Dallas, TX 75218
Dallas / Samuell Boulevard
- 6155 Samuell Boulevard
Dallas, TX 75228
- 407 West University Drive
Denton, TX 76201
North Arlington / Lincoln Square
- 522 Lincoln Square
Arlington, TX 76011
Fort Worth Cityview
- 6001 SW Loop 820
Fort Worth, TX 76132
Fort Worth 7th Street / Montgomery Plaza
- 2600 West 7th Street
Fort Worth, TX 76107
North Fort Worth / Western Center
- 6701 Fossil Bluff Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76137
- 201 West State Highway 114
Grapevine, TX 76051
- 4000 Arlington Highlands Blvd Ste 172
Arlington, TX 76018
- 1200 East Davis Street Ste 104 Mesquite, TX 75149
- 158 W. FM 544
Murphy, TX 75094
- 1892 W Moore Avenue,
Terrell, TX 75160
Feed Our Kids is our summer lunch program that provides lunches for children 0-18 years old, at convenient sites close to where they live. Most of the children who benefit from Feed Our Kids qualify for reduced or free lunches during the school year, but have no lunch benefits during the summer, and may otherwise go hungry.