Serving In The Community
Burnt Offerings BBQ a non-profit barbecue company that exists to meet the needs of our community through the serving of barbecue meals. We stand for community-serving, helping, and striving to make the community a better place to live in and serve in.
Ron’s Home Style Food helped donate food to the South Texas First Responders and Border Patrol.
Heroes Night Out is a non-profit community-based organization that is dedicated to providing resources and services to Veterans, Service Members, and their families in a safe, family-friendly environment; which is immersed with peers and battle buddies.
Ron’s Home Style Food helped donate food to the Vetrans.
The Houston Food Bank is a non-profit organization that distributes food and other essentials to those in need through a network of more than 1,600 community partners. In addition, they also provide programs and services aimed at helping families achieve long-term stability including nutrition education, job training, health management, and help in securing state-funded assistance.
Ron’s Home Style Food helped donate food to the Southeast Texas Food Insecure Famalies.
Mo Pie U is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit created in honor of Moises (Mo’) Tobias who lost his valiant fight against stage 4 stomach cancer on March 5, 2021. MPU will provide tuition assistance to children who have lost a parent to cancer. Please help us carry on the incredible legacy of Mo’ and provide tuition assistance to countless deserving children!
Ron’s Home Style Food helped donate food to children who have lost a parent to cancer.
Ruffino Meats and Food Service, a family-owned and operated company, offers our customers a variety of products. Our inventory consists of over 6,000 state and national brands as well as in-facility-made products. This includes fresh and frozen meats, frozen foods, produce, cheese, seafood, disposable competitive prices.
Ron’s Home Style Food helped donate food to Vetrans through Ruffino Food Service.
Second Mile Mission Center helps Fort Bend County residents in poverty and crisis by providing basic needs and opportunities to take the next steps in their lives. While people are drawn to Second Mile for immediate needs such as food or health care, many begin to shift their focus to long-term goals of self-sufficiency for themselves and their families.
Ron’s Home Style Food helped donate food Fort Bend County to help with their basic needs.