Pizza Ranch Serves

Today's Post

Wednesday Story of Impact - Bibles & Breakfast

As we talk about the power of new thinking and new creations this week, some pastors and high schoolers are doing just that every week near the Andover and Champlin Pizza Ranches. Every Thursday, a local high school opens to allow a pastor from a nearby church and nearly 100 students to gather before the school day starts to be fed both spiritually and physically – they hear the truth from God’s Word and eat breakfast together.

Abbie with her Grandparents outside of Abbie's Room

Wednesday Story of Impact - Sensory Room at Oak Park Heights Pizza Ranch

Message from Ernie Swanson Jr. ~ Our daughter Abbie was diagnosed with Autism at the age of two. We know first hand how difficult it is to go out as a family. People with Autism can have many different sensory issues. Bright lights, loud music, large crowds can cause them to have melt downs. Some are even prone to wander and have loud outbursts. This causes families to basically isolate themselves. We know many families that have never been able to take their child out to a restaurant...

5 Students Standing in Line in their Tesfa Uniforms

Wednesday Stories of Impact – Supporting Schools in Ethiopia

At Pizza Ranch we work hard to live out our vision – to glorify God by positively impacting the world. One way Pizza Ranch seeks to put this vision into action is through our coffee program with Tesfa Foundation. Pizza Ranch sources all its’ coffee through Tesfa Foundation to fund education for students at 3 different schools in Ethiopia. Tesfa Foundation began back in 2004 and has been partnered with Pizza Ranch since 2013.