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Frank Garcia

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La Casa Garcia

HQ Phone:  (714) 740-1108

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wegivethanksfoundation.org

Frank Garcia's Book
Partnership Frank Garcia, our founder felt blessed that his family had food to eat and that they were taken care of, however he knew he was lucky and that there are many families not as fortunate as his. Believing Thanksgiving is a special day to give thanks for everything God has given you, Frank decided to host a free dinner for the less fortunate in the parking lot of his restaurant, La Casa Garcia. While growing up in Bishop, Texas, Frank learned many meaningful lessons from his father who was born in Mexico and his loving mother, born in Texas. They instilled in him the importance of hard work, being a proud American citizen, and the need to give back to others and be thankful for the daily gifts of life. In 1961, Frank moved to Southern California. He opened the first Red Onions, Tijuana Inn Café, The Catch Restaurant, The White House the Burn Beef Burger an many more as a kitchen manager. Executive chef in Italian, American, and Mexican food. In 1961 he founded La Casa Garcia Restaurant in Anaheim. La Casa Garcia soon became a leading Orange County restaurant through the dedication of Frank, his wife Silvia, and now their children, sons Frank, Jr., Johnny, and daughters Cindy, Veronica, and Silvia. Those early childhood lessons provided Frank with a sense of community giving and caring for others inspiring him to form the nonprofit organization We Give Thanks, Inc. For nearly two decades, Frank has been serving free Thanksgiving dinners to those in need in the community. His efforts have helped serve more than 200,000 free Thanksgiving meals over the years. Last year Frank also traveled to Corpus Christi, Texas, to help Hurricane Katrina victims by serving tens of thousands of hot meals to the evacuees. In 2001, in memory of his mother, Frank began the annual "We Give Thanks, Inc Women of Vision Awards Dinner" to recognize women who have demonstrated an exceptional commitment to community service in their professional careers and through volunteerism. Frank Garcia


www.newsenterprise.net [cached]

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www.wegivethanksfoundation.org

Mission | History | Frank Garcia | Committee Members
Frank Garcia, our founder felt blessed that his family had food to eat and that they were taken care of, however he knew he was lucky and that there are many families not as fortunate as his. Believing Thanksgiving is a special day to give thanks for everything God has given you, Frank decided to host a free dinner for the less fortunate in the parking lot of his restaurant, La Casa Garcia. While growing up in Bishop, Texas, Frank learned many meaningful lessons from his father who was born in Mexico and his loving mother, born in Texas. They instilled in him the importance of hard work, being a proud American citizen, and the need to give back to others and be thankful for the daily gifts of life. In 1961, Frank moved to Southern California. He opened the first Red Onions, Tijuana Inn Café, The Catch Restaurant, The White House the Burn Beef Burger an many more as a kitchen manager. Executive chef in Italian, American, and Mexican food. In 1961 he founded La Casa Garcia Restaurant in Anaheim. La Casa Garcia soon became a leading Orange County restaurant through the dedication of Frank, his wife Silvia, and now their children, sons Frank, Jr., Johnny, and daughters Cindy, Veronica, and Silvia. Those early childhood lessons provided Frank with a sense of community giving and caring for others inspiring him to form the nonprofit organization We Give Thanks, Inc. For nearly two decades, Frank has been serving free Thanksgiving dinners to those in need in the community. His efforts have helped serve more than 200,000 free Thanksgiving meals over the years. Last year Frank also traveled to Corpus Christi, Texas, to help Hurricane Katrina victims by serving tens of thousands of hot meals to the evacuees. In 2001, in memory of his mother, Frank began the annual "We Give Thanks, Inc Women of Vision Awards Dinner" to recognize women who have demonstrated an exceptional commitment to community service in their professional careers and through volunteerism. Frank Garcia


newsenterprise.net [cached]

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www.localemagazine.com

Frank Garcia, owner of La Casa Garcia, only dreams big.
With authentic Mexican food as the backbone of his restaurants, he brings a sense of life and inspiration to his future. "The King," a five-pound burrito, is normally offered by the restaurant as a catering option to groups, but it has gained enough popularity to make it to the main menu. Garcia really puts heart into his burritos, adding tender rice, marinated meat, traditional beans, cheese, and lettuce all wrapped in a tortilla, because as Garcia says, "you can eat anything with a tortilla. Each "King" burrito is drenched in Garcia's special Hispanic gravy (a house-made enchilada sauce, and my favorite ingredient of this big burrito). Garcia says people come in all the time to try their hand, or stomach, some pooling money together to see who can finish this fiesta bundle first!


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