Pie Heals - Help support Community Servings by purchasing a Thanksgiving pie!

11.15.11

What is Pie in The Sky? 

Thanksgiving wouldn’t be complete without a homemade pie, too tasty to refuse even after all that turkey and stuffing.  Pie in the Sky lets you buy freshly baked pies for your Thanksgiving table while enjoying the true spirit of the holiday—helping those in need!

Pie in the Sky is your chance to treat your guests to a wonderful pie from one of Massachusetts’ best bakers while helping Community Servings prepare and deliver nutritious meals to 1300 individuals and families ill with HIV/AIDS, cancer, Lupus, MS and other acute, life threatening illnesses.
 
Over 600 people are selling pies right now all over Massachusetts. Pies can be picked up the day before Thanksgiving at one of over 50 retail sites.
 
A Sweet Deal
 
Choose from Apple, Pecan, Pumpkin, Diabetic Apple and Sweet Potato pies.
 Each pie is just $25. You could buy another for less, but you won’t find one that feeds more – the pie you buy for your family will provide a week’s worth of nutritious, home-delivered meals for a Community Servings’ client.
 Each pie makes a difference in the life of someone too ill to shop or cook for themselves.
 
For the big spenders, there are Special Raffle Pies. These gift-wrapped, apple pies are $75 a
 and include a chance to win one of 10 fabulous prizes packages including a night at the Taylor House, gift certificates to Vee Vee and a $100 American Express gift card compliments of Woof and Meow Pet Care.
 
If you don't want pie, consider buying a pie for a Community Servings client or just making a donation!
 
The Easy Part
 
So, come on! It couldn't be simpler—a great pie for a great cause! Think about how satisfying a nice piece (or two!) of pie will be on Thanksgiving Day, knowing that you have helped others. Now that’s a reason to give thanks!
 
Visit http://www.pieinthesky.org/acamio for more information or to order your pies! Pies must be ordered by 5 PM on Saturday, November 19th!
 
Thank you in advance for supporting this very worthy cause!
 
Sincerely,
Amber Camio (Class of 2011)