Fundraising

Sodexo has been the contracted food service company on Texas Christian University campus for the last 39 years. Sodexo believes in the quality of life andis one of the world's largest multinational corporations, with 420,000 employees that represent 130 nationalities and are present on 34,000 sites in 80 countries.

How it works

Non-Profit organizations earn money by working in concession stands at Texas Christian University sporting events. In return for your work, you can earn a commission, based on the sales of your stand. All groups shall receive 10% of all food and beverages sales. If served, groups shall receive 8% alcohol commissions. If a volunteer is serving alcohol, they must be TABC certified. your group is always guaranteed commission - last year non-profit organizations received over $200,000 dollars in commissions!

Requirements:

NPO groups must have a minimum of 10 people per group. All volunteers must arrive on time and in the proper uniform which will be provided by Sodexo. The minimum age for cashiers are 18 years old. The minimum age for all prep volunteers are 15 years old. Your non-profit group should have one million in liability insurance. All groups are expected to commit to all football games. Check out the 2019 football schedule here 

Please be mindful of stadium rules and clear bag policy

Contact:

Yuridia Saenz

yuridia.saenzhuerta@sodexo.com

(817)257-5883

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Testimonials

Breakthrough Frog Squad worked at Texas Christian University's home games last season to raise $15,000! They used their funds to ensure the resources needed for 260 children at their Breakthrough classes and activities. These 260 students attend summer school as well as during regular school year to make sure they gain the knowledge to help them graduate high school and succeed in college.Breakthrough's program enables their children to:

- Become familiar with accelerated academic subjects so they can succeed in college preparatory high school courses.

- Develop social skills that build confidence for public settings.

- Learn how to work in the teams and be comfortable in leadership roles.

- Build strong study skills and practice seeking help with challenging assignments.

-Gain quality mentoring support and directions from the teaching fellows guided them. 

- Advance through the college admissions process with interactive training and tailored monitoring and guidance through all four years of high school.

Sodexo is honored to know that we are ensuring the success of all these students in their future. 

"On behalf of all Breakthrough Fort Worth students, thank you for giving to foster their dreams and hopes for a college education. It is a gift beyond measure for them and for the community we are all building together!"

Sincerely, 

Joe Breedlove

Director of Breakthrough


The youth ministry students at Iglesia Cristiana El Bueno Pastor have worked various games at Texas Christian University's concession stands to raise money to give back to the community. They participated in the Feed the Homeless program by purchasing supplies to make meals. At a local nursing center, they purchased puzzels, games, nail polish, etc. for the seniors to use during social hour. But their love for our community did not end there. The funds were also distributed for their H2O at the Tracks program where they passed out water bottles at the train station during these record high temperatures. Their last program, Wash with Love, helps pay for families who need a local launder mat. Lastly, they use their hard-earned funds to help pay for students to attend their youth summer camp. 

"Because of the funds we receive from Sodexo, we have been able to give back to the community in various ways. Thank you Sodexo!"

- Iglesia Cristiana El Buen Pastor