Join Coldwell Banker and Buy a Pie from Pie in the Sky

A Time to Give Thanks: Please buy a pie from Pie in the Sky by November 17 and help those in need.

Coldwell Banker is proud to sponsor Pie in the Sky, Community Servings' annual Thanskgiving bake sale which helps fund meals for the critically ill. Pie in the Sky involves more than 150 of Greater Boston's best chefs baking the freshest and finest Thanskgiving pies. Since its start in 1993, Pie in the Sky has raised over $6 million dollars to provide hundreds of thousands of meals to our critically ill neighbors all over Massachusetts who are too sick to shop or cook for themselves. It's an amazing feat, and we at Coldwell Banker are proud to support this effort.

How does it work? Individuals and groups interested in buying or selling pies can visit www.pieinthesky.org and place an order or call 617-522-7777. Each pie costs $25. Your donation of $25 will provide an entire week of nutritious home-delivered meals to a person or family living with chronic or critical illness. 

When and where are the pies available? The last day to order a pie is Saturday November 17. Your fresh, delicious pies will be ready to pick up on November 21, the day before Thanksgiving, at the Coldwell Banker Weston office at 426 Boston Post Road in the center of town, as well as other locations across the state.

Why support this effort? Community Servings is a non-profit food and nutrition program providing compassionate, life sustaining services throughout Massachusetts to those suffering from chronic illness. They not only provide food, but also send the message to those in greatest need that someone cares. Please join me and Coldwell Banker in saying thanks and giving back. To learn more visit www.servings.org.

If I can answer any questions about the process please contact me by phone at 781-223-0253 or email at Rosemary.McCready@NEMoves.com. I'm proud to be a broker at Coldwell Banker Weston, and a resident of this generous community.

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