Pie proceeds provide meals and nutrition to 2,000 critically ill and homebound people in Massachusetts.

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Fantastic organization providing a critical service to individuals and families trying to cope with illness. What better way to give thanks for our own health at Thanksgiving than to buy a delicious pie to share knowing the proceeds will provide a meal for someone in need.

Krista Finigan
Pie seller for 6 years

Community Servings is an excellent organization!

Alicia Ameur
Pie seller for 6 years

I first heard of Community Servings through the Avon Walk For Breast Cancer, which I have been participating in for the past 5 years. The Avon Foundation presents a check to Community Servings each year with funds raised from the Boston Walk. The service Community Servings provides is such an important one and a way to help those who are critically ill get meals that are tailored to their individual dietary needs.

I think Community Servings is such a great organization and am proud to be a small part of it.

Tobie Weiner
Pie seller for 18 years

We get to help those in need via Community Servings, an amazing organization that is in our own backyard. We feel this is what Thanksgiving is all about.

This fundraiser hits several levels of community service in a way that is cost effective, and smart, utilizing industries doing what they do best. This touches many people in our communities. Serving your community while eating pie? Brilliant! What is Community Servings? Community Servings provides diet specific meals for those living with serious illness and their families. These meals address the Dr recommended dietary needs and challenges of these families while they are going through a really tough time. In addition to preparing these meals, Community Servings provides food service training and jobs for those that are trying to integrate themselves back into their communities. What is Pie in the Sky? Pie in the Sky is an annual fundraiser for the benefit of Community Servings. Top restaurants and bakeries throughout Greater Boston and Massachusetts make delicious Thanksgiving pies. Realtors sell the pies, and You eat the pies! Each pie sold pays for a week's worth of food for one of Community Servings client families. What could be better? Save yourself some work this year for Thanksgiving and give to those who can really use your help at the same time. Buy a delicious holiday pie!

I sell pies because I am able to help Community Servings fund the delicious, healthy meals delivered to the door of the acutely ill, their families and their caregivers. It is a nice way to give back and help the less fortunate during the Thanksgiving season. Thank you to all, Brian

Selling pies to benefit Community Servings is my longstanding tradition!

Janet Dracksdorf
Pie seller for 26 years

I sell pies because I have myself been on the receiving end of bottomless generosity. When critical illness struck my family in 2004, hot fresh nutritious meals were not an issue thanks to the kindness of family and friends. But many don't have the good fortune we have, and are themselves the providers/homemakers, but are too ill with AIDS, Cancer, or other life-threatening illnesses to prepare meals for themselves and those in their care. One pie feeds a Community Servings client, half of whom are children, for ONE WEEK. Our goal is to sell 25 pies. If you don't need a pie, please consider buying a pie for a Community Servings client, or just making a $30 donation. These are the most vulnerable neighbors among us, and 92 cents out of every dollar raised goes to nourish them. So here's pie in your eye! Thank you.

What better way to give thanks during the holidays than to give back to the community that has given me so much. Growing up in Central Massachusetts in the 70's & 80's, our mother worked multiple jobs to support my brother and me on her own. I fondly recall receiving assistance or little extras (not so little to us at the time) from local outreach groups in our community. Our mom, though she was busy working and raising 2 boys, ALWAYS found a way to give back to the community herself. She didn't have much, but she had compassion and made time to do something extra to those even more unfortunate than ourselves. We would open our home to others who had nowhere to go. It was always important to my family to have a "holiday meal" with others. Now that my wife and I are new parents, we want to instill the same sense of community that our parents did for us. I am purchasing pies for my clients who have helped make my life more rich. I also purchase pies to donate on behalf of the folks I appreciate to help make someone else's holiday just a bit brighter. Likewise, I am letting my client-base know about Pie in the Sky so they too can help the cause as well. Call it charity, a mitzvah, or just good karma, makes me feel good to do something for someone else. This is a great fundraiser and organization and I am happy to do my part. Humble and Grateful, Sean W. Preston

The Rotary Club of Newton is selling pies in order to help those in need during the Thanksgiving holiday. Our motto is "service above self" and we are hoping to use our annual Thanksgiving Day Luncheon as a pick up site for those folks who would like to order a pie for themselves or someone they know. $27 of every $30 Pie goes to providing meals to those critically ill or who have a chronic illness. For those who purchase a pie for someone else, they can consider that a $20 charitable donation per pie. Please consider helping us! Ordering is through Nov 14, 2016 this year.

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