Claire Yaw, high school senior, and daughter of Chris and Donette Yaw, received some unexpected news this summer when she was diagnosed with leukemia in the middle of June. Certainly not the summer or year they were planning on. Claire is part of our Pizza Ranch family, her mom works for the Pizza Ranch Support Center in Orange City, IA where their family lives.
Not only do our restaurants work hard to make an impact on their communities, but our departments at the Pizza Ranch Support Center dedicate their time to serving communities around them.
A Kansas-based organization called Pink Heals recently had an impactful Community Impact Night at the Wichita, KS Pizza Ranch. As their website describes them, the members of Pink Heals are “a group of firefighters, alongside various members of the community and family members who selflessly donate their time to travel around Kansas, near - and sometimes far - in a pink fire truck that is on a new mission, after years of fighting fire. Her new mission is to spread Love and Hope and to Create Immediate Care in support of women with all forms of Cancer - not just Breast Cancer!”
The Vision of Pizza Ranch is "To Glorify God by positively impacting the world". While our thousands of community impact nights help to support…
Last week the Pizza Ranch chain gathered for our annual National Conference to spend quality time together, learn together, celebrate together, and most importantly, worship together. Each morning of our conference we start the day in praise and worship. One of our biggest prayers this year was that we would feel the Holy Spirit moving among us and filling each person, and I know this prayer was absolutely answered!
RISE Ministries began in 2001 with Rob Roozeboom's simple desire to share his story of hope through a relationship with Jesus Christ.
Kevin Boon was recently highlighted by a group on Facebook called Humans of Oshkosh. Kevin's involvement in the community and his passion for helping people have made a difference in many lives.
About a month ago, the Fort Pierre team got a big surprise; 7 buses pulled up with hungry kids, with no advance notice. Given the staffing issues that so many are facing, Fort Pierre was also running low on team members – they had 3 people working during that time. They were doing their best but keeping a buffet full under those conditions was nearly impossible.
The Waite Park Pizza Ranch is holding a "Community Impact" tonight, but this one will not be like the traditional impact nights. Historically those…
This month the Jamestown Pizza Ranch was named Business of the Month by the chamber Young Professionals of Jamestown.
Weston Pizza Ranch Arthur Altenburg
Jesus calls us to care for those in need and in doing so it will be as if you have done this for Christ himself, see Matthew 25:34-40. One of our most basic needs is life is food. Michael Hall, Senior Web Developer at Pizza Ranch Support Center, takes this need seriously and has a passion for getting people food for their tables.