Where Are You Getting
Your Thanksgiving Pie?
Everyone needs a pie for Thanksgiving, so why not make yours a Pie in the Sk y pie that benefits Community Servings! Pies are baked and donated by Boston's most generous kitchens and each pie sold provides a week's worth of meals to a critically ill neighbor.

And, thanks to our friends at ScrubaDub, you'll receive a FREE car wash when you make a Pie for a Client donation.

Buy a pie or donate by Saturday, November 17th!
Double Your Impact Today!
Thanks to The Manton Foundation, we have the chance to raise $1 million towards our Food is the Foundation Campaign! If we can raise $500,000 by December 31st, The Manton Foundation will match with a $500,000 gift – but ONLY if we can reach our goal before the end of the year. We're getting close, but we need your support today.

This holiday season, hundreds of volunteers will join forces to help us provide comforting, made-from-scratch meals to our 2,300 clients and their families.

November 19 - November 21
Grab a buddy and help us deliver and pick up pies throughout Greater Boston. We have a variety of shifts available during the day. View a full list of Pie in the Sky volunteer opportunities .

November 21
Thanksgiving Meal Delivery starting at 9AM , 10AM ,
and 11AM .

December 5-7
Holiday Gift Bag Assembly, a *family-friendly* volunteer opportunity! Sign up .
November 8
Pies & Pints at Ned Devine's - Hosted by Community Servings' Young Leaders

November 17
Last day to order your Thanksgiving pie! Order or donate at pieinthesky.org .

November 27
#Giving Tuesday

December 3-5:
Holiday Gift Bag Drive  
We've revamped our annual Holiday Baskets program. Our new-and-improved Holiday Gift Bag drive will provide our clients with gifts and basic necessities, and allows individuals, schools, religious groups, and corporate groups different ways to get involved, whether it's by purchasing one or two items or organizing a large drive with coworkers or friends.

Squash Toast with Ricotta
This sweet and tangy combination of delicata squash cooked with onions, maple syrup, and cider vinegar is the quintessential fall appetizer or snack. Use real maple syrup (not imitation pancake syrup) in this recipe or substitute with honey.

Not only is this recipe delicious, it's approved by Community Servings' dietitians! They recommend this recipe because it contains 10% of your daily potassium intake in just one serving! Potassium is important for heart health because it offsets the amount of sodium you eat. Other good sources of potassium are potatoes, bananas, kiwis, oranges, leafy greens, milk, and yogurt.

David Hollis, a graduate from our Teaching Kitchen job training program, competed in more.Boston’s Sous Chef Slam at America’s Test Kitchen recently! David and his co-chefs (Top Chef finalist Chris Scott his wife, and a fellow Teaching Kitchen grad, Divine Lee) prepared three spectacular dishes: a Creole-style deconstructed niçoise salad, shrimp and grits with fried pancetta, and a brownie with raspberry sauce. #chefintraining
Thank You!
  • To the National Parkinson Foundation for their $10,000 grant to help provide medically tailored meals and nutrition to our clients living with Parkinson's disease.

  • To The Merck Foundation for their $50,000 grant to provide nutritious meals to individuals and families affected by a critical or chronic illness.

  • To Vertex Pharmaceuticals for their $25,000 grant to provide meals for our clients and their $15,000 gift to the Food is the Foundation Campaign.