Texadelphia Frisco To Donate 25% Of Proceeds To Help Local Family


After a devastating house fire on Monday, December 1st, John and Christi Livermore, local Frisco residents, lost everything. Miraculously, everyone survived unharmed (including the family dog) however the family suffered a complete loss of material things, including their home – which was located in the Trails of West Frisco. The Livermore’s have three active sons, in the 2nd, 5th and 9th grades. The family also attends at Grace Avenue United Methodist Church in Frisco.

Such tragic loss is unthinkable, especially during the holidays. In an effort to help the family get back on their feet, Texadelphia Frisco will be donating 25 percent of all sales on Tuesday, December 9th, to the Livermore family.  

Texadelphia Frisco is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, so all DFW residents are encouraged to dine at the restaurant on Tuesday, December 9th to support the Livermore family.

For those who would like to donate to the family, a GoFundMe page has been set up for monetary donations.

They are also accepting clothing, gift cards (so the family might grab a meal together in a comfortable and familiar place) and pet care items at five drop off locations. Additional information is available via the above GoFundMe link.


Leave a comment

Filed under Crave

Leave a Reply