September 2017
Help Us Purchase A New Kettle
Each day our culinary team prepares 2,600 medically tailored meals for our critically ill clients, including seven different soups that are made from scratch, right down to the stocks. 

Providing these life-saving meals to thousands of sick indviduals - battling 35 different critical illnesses - is no easy feat. While we're feeding more sick clients than ever before, our kitchen equipment is aging. Your support will allow us to purchase a new steam kettle and provide even more beautiful soups, stews, and sauces to our clients. 

Two Honored with LifeSavor Award
Each year at our Summer Garden Party we present the LifeSavor Award to honor individuals who have made a significant contribution to Community Servings.  At this year's event, we proudly honored Sheila Decter, the founder of Community Servings and social justice advocate for nearly 40 years, and Steve Rioff, former board member whose dedication and leadership has been vital to our mission. Congratulations! 

September 23

October 7

Citizens Bank Community Day at the Lawn on D

3rd Annual Brunch Battle to benefit Community Servings

Tuesday, October 10

Join us  on Tuesday, October 10 for the Pie in the Sky 
25th Anniversary Kickoff Party at The Kitchen at the Boston Public Market! Event begins at 6:00PM. 

October 14

October 19

October 27-28

October 30

Community Servings Block Party to thank our
amazing volunteers. This  family-friendly event includes lunch, music, fall-themed games, relays, and prizes!

Save the Date: Community Servings'
Young Leaders Launch Party

Community Servings and Future Chefs

Help us prepare and package meals in our kitchen! We have shifts available, including Saturdays. Contact us to sign up. 
Starting mid-September: Pie in the Sky Seller registration and sales begin! Get ready to sign up and start selling pies early to make our 25th Pie sale the most successful yet! 

Staff Volunteer Day at
Community Harvest Project
Each week during the growing season, Community Harvest Project donates pallets full of produce that our culinary team uses to create nutritious, medically-tailored meals for our clients.

Our culinary team had the opportunity to return the favor and volunteered at the CHP farm in North Grafton. By the end of the day, our kitchen crew harvested 4,800 lbs of cabbage, sorted and weighed pallets of tomatoes, and picked more than 60 lbs of peppers!

Check out photos of our team's adventures on Facebook

Mini  Frittatas
In a recent cooking class, our friends at Community Harvest Project taught a group of 4th-7th graders how to prepare healthy dishes using fresh vegetables from the garden. While the taste of the Mini Egg Frittata was a hit with these future foodies, we love the recipe because of the on-the-go serving and heaping portions of seasonal vegetables.

The Benefits of Breakfast
There are many benefits to eating a healthy breakfast, but is it really the most important meal of the day? 

Our Nutritionists give five reasons to start your day off right with a healthy breakfast, like Mini Egg Frittatas, and other healthy breakfast ideas.

Thank You!
To Bank of America Charitable Foundation for their $25,000 grant to help feed thousands of critically ill clients throughout Massachusetts. 

To Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS for their $35,000 grant to provide medically tailored meals for our critically ill clients, including those with HIV/AIDS. 

To Wicked After Dark and Club Cafe for raising funds to provide healthy meals for our critically our critically ill clients.

- Upworthy

- The Boston Globe