500+ Oklahoma collaborators to celebrate Food For All food truck unveiling

OKLAHOMA CITY - Friday, March 18, 2016 – MADE POSSIBLE® announced today that the Food For All food truck will unveil on Thursday, April 7 from 5-8pm at the Western Avenue “On The Lawn” free family-friendly event. This follows reaching the end-of-year funding goal led by sponsors, brand supporters and the community at large. This unveiling celebrates a community-wide collaboration program, Food For All, conceptualized to insert the topic of childhood hunger into mainstream culture. Oklahoma’s growing street festival scene presented the perfect opportunity to leverage the appeal of chef-inspired gourmet meals to spotlight and provide funding support for the critical issue of Oklahoma food insecurity.

Oklahoma’s premier food truck app, Truck It, has agreed to serve at the helm as the sustaining owner/operator of the Food For All truck and will provide news, updates and impact ongoing at  
Oklahoma’s favorite chefs/restaurants are graciously volunteering to create and serve their take on ‘gourmet grilled cheese’ and all proceeds go directly to the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma’s Food for Kids programs.

This 100 percent for-philanthropy community food truck program was made possible by Oklahomans desire and investment to collectively participate in supporting the epidemic of childhood hunger in our state.
Founding sponsors First National Bank of Oklahoma, Whole Foods Market and Truck It joined by supporting companies Beck’s Garage, Downtown Digital & Design, Plenty Mercantile, Farmers Insurance Michelle Early Agency, OKC Awesome Foundation, Savory Spice Shop and the goal-reaching gift by EO Oklahoma combined with culinary and citizen contributions to realize the goal of a social enterprise created by the community to benefit the community!

This marks the first launched project by Made Possible. The way Oklahoma stepped up and rose to the challenge was awe-inspiring to founders, sponsors, partners and most importantly beneficiary Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.

"One in six Oklahomans has inconsistent access to food," said Rodney Bivens, executive director of the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.  "Every dollar raised from the Food for All food truck will provide five meals for chronically hungry children, hardworking families and seniors struggling with hunger. We want to thank the community, local chefs and all of the sponsors for joining us in ‘Fighting Hunger…Feeding Hope’ in Oklahoma.”

Let’s celebrate this remarkable feat of a unified movement by Oklahomans on Thursday, April 7 from 5 to 8pm at the Western Avenue “On The Lawn” event, complete Unveiling celebration details, upcoming event details and a list of ALL participants can be found at

Media Contact:
Adrian Young                             Josh Delozier
Made Possible                          The Truck It App
405-293-3033                            405-514-4775

About Made Possible:
Made Possible is striving to make more good possible through collaborative programming. Made Possible’s mission is to strengthen the way companies, communities and causes align to make positive impact on people, the planet and pursuit of happiness.

About Project Partners:
The Truck It App, Founded in 2014, by Josh Delozier and Travis Stephens, Truck It offers the most innovative food truck app on the market. They “help hungry people find fabulous food trucks” and now add connecting people with food for a purpose to their suite of good services.

First National Bank of Oklahoma, This nearly 100-year old institution has deep Oklahoma City community roots and a team committed to delivering unparalleled service. Taking care of their customers is the basis for all that they do.

Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, is the state’s largest private domestic hunger relief organization.  The nonprofit provides enough food to feed more than 116,000 hungry Oklahomans each week through a network of more than 1,200 schools and charitable feeding programs in 53 central and western Oklahoma counties.