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Upcoming Events

There are many community and fundraising events at Community Servings all year round. No matter what your interest is, there are plenty of opportunities to get involved and make a difference.

Begins 01 Apr

Partnership with FashionProject.com and Nordstrom
April 1 - April 1

In partnership with Nordstrom and FashionProject.com, we bring you a new fashion-savvy way to donate to Community Servings! For every 5 items you donate (new or gently-used designer clothing, shoes...   

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28 Sep

Komen Race for the Cure
Sunday, September 28

Join us in September to walk or run the Komen Race for the Cure


Restaurateurs


Jason McKinley-Babb
Grill 23 & Bar Jason is committed to giving guests of the Back Bay's Grill 23 & Bar, a favorite spot for the city's power crowd, "the best experience in Boston; cuisine, service, and decor that are all meticulously executed." The team at Grill 23 & Bar does just that by wowing LifeSavor diners and Pie in the Sky pie buyers. Every year, our supporters rave about the restaurant's creatively composed dishes, impeccable service and turn-of-the-century ambience.

Pie Sellers/Table Captains

Craig Albano
Pie in the Sky Committee Co-chair
Craig has sold pies for Community Servings since Pie in the Sky's inception in 1993. And his dedication doesn't stop there. Always willing to lend a hand when needed, Craig has spent hours data-entering pie orders, delivered pie boxes to bakers throughout Boston, and served as a committee co-chair in 2008 and 2009. Craig often says that he has a crush on Community Servings, but we're sweeter on him!

Sponsors



For 17 years, The Langham, Boston, has hosted LifeSavor's beautiful and bountiful cocktail party. General Manager Serge Denis and his top-flight team graciously welcome over 900 guests every March with a delicious array of food and drink. Thanks to the Langham's generous gift, Community Servings is able to produce LifeSavor for less than 10 cents of every one dollar raised - a cost of fundraising ratio rarely seen in the nonprofit world.