We have a number of volunteer opportunities coming up and we are looking for your help!
If you would like to volunteer, please contact Malissa Harmon at 617-522-7777, x227 or email@example.com.
Listen to students from Nobles and Greenough, a private school in Dedham, talk about volunteering in our kitchen
An intern in the Development department, Megan has been an indispensable asset to the planning of LifeSavor, Community Servings' biggest fundraiser, and our participation in the Boston Marathon. She's drafted press releases, researched product donors, organized Marathon Pub Crawls and pitched in wherever needed.
" Community Servings is a fantastic organization feeding neighbors in time of crisis. When a person is a sick they should not be going hungry. The staff is dedicated and hard working.
" I've volunteered for a number of years to help Community Servings. The work they do incredible. They feed the sick and hungry. Daily. Hot meals. Meals tailored to the medical condition of the client. Every client and their family is treated with respect and caring. This organization is tireless in their mission, and their only goal is to tend to those in need. I for one am inspired by them.
" Community Servings is a fantastic agency that is run by a warm, caring and overall suburb staff that makes you want to volunteer there as often as possible!!
In honor of Food Day, Community Servings' Executive Chef wants to teach you how to make beautiful, homemade pasta that's healthy, easy, and inexpensive to make.
This recipe, which Chef Conner has adapted from Lidia Bastianich, a best selling cook-book author, calls for equal portions of white, and whole wheat flour. White flour helps keep the pasta light, and easy to cook. While whole wheat flour, made from unprocessed grains, can provide long lasting energy, improve digestive health, and can lead to stronger bones and a healthy immune system. It's the best of both worlds!
Celebrate Food Day at our "Food as Medicine" Symposium!
At Community Servings we believe that nutritious foods, like wheat pasta, have a positive physical, psychological, and emotional impact on those with critical and chronic illnesses. For this reason we are advocating for the integration of medically appropriate foods into various healthcare models through our "Food as Medicine" Initiative