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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Listen to students from Nobles and Greenough, a private school in Dedham, talk about volunteering in our kitchen
Holli Van Nast
Community Servings is lucky to have Holli, a member of Community Servings' Voluntary Advisory Committee, on our team. Whether we need help with meal production in our kitchen, calling clients for their holiday basket wish lists, or data-entering Pie in the Sky pie orders, we can always count on Holli.
" Taking care of our brothers is the true work we all must strive for. Rock on Community Servings.
" Community Serving's LifeSavor event is incredible with 92 cents of every dollar raised going directly to feed its clients -- homebound persons with acute or life-threatening illnesses who live in 16 eastern MA cities and towns. All meals are culturally and nutritionally appropriate, tailored to each client's needs.
" I endorse and support Community Servings! We remain truly committed to everything that they do.
This past weekend, Community Servings' Executive Chef Kevin Conner, along with Kitchen Manager John Ebersole, took home first place in The Boston Local Food Festival's annual Seafood Throwdown.
The secret, seafood-themed ingredient was Cusk, a clean, flaky, and mostly flavorless white fish. The dishes were judged on four categories: taste, originality, presentation, and use of all parts of the fish. In the allotted time of one hour, the two Chefs prepared a seared Cusk with a fresh tomato-fennel and Italian sausage stew.
Our team won by one point with a final score of 43-42. When asked about the Throwdown, Chef Kevin was quoted as saying, "Even if we had lost, I was just glad to get to show so many people the kind of food we make for our clients every day."