Monday night Travis Frederick hosted "Steak-Out for Hunger" at the Hilton Anatole Dallas. The event was a fundraiser for his Blocking Out Hunger Foundation, whose mission is to provide support for inner-city and low-income children throughout Dallas who struggle with hunger.
The Cowboys were there to show support for their teammate and this great cause.
Players actually wore aprons and served food to the guests in attendance. Dak Prescott was among the group.
Following the cocktail reception, there was a live auction with the signed jerseys of Taco Charlton, Tyron Smith, Dak Prescott and, of course, Travis Frederick.
The best part of the night?
Auctioneer Matt Rogers joked that he had never, ever seen an offensive lineman's jersey match the price of a quarterback's. It just goes to show how big of an impression Frederick has made in the Dallas/Fort Worth community.
All funds raised will go towards Travis' Pantry and the Nourish2Flourish community outreach program. Travis' Pantry puts mobile food carts in schools to provide breakfast for kids who rely on free and reduced-cost school meals. Nourish2Flourish provides 200 kids with a bag of food each week during summer and winter break.
To donate or learn more about the Travis Frederick Blocking Out Hunger Foundation, visit http://travisfrederick.org/.
To see more images from the event, check out this slideshow:
See some photos from Travis Frederick's "Steak Out Hunger" fundraiser benefiting his Blocking Out Hunger foundation.