DINNERS4DADS

Send a gourmet gift and help a Dad in need this Father’s Day.

About Dinners4Dads

Community Servings’ Dinners4Dads fundraiser allows you to show the father figure in your life how much you care on Father’s Day while giving back to local dads in need.

For a $30 donation, you can make a meaningful difference in the lives of fathers and families in Massachusetts experiencing critical and chronic illnesses. In exchange, your honoree will receive a beautiful card designed by artist Susy Pilgrim Waters with your personalized message.

Thanks to our Dinners4Dads partner Eastern Standard Provisions, you can send the sweet & salty father figure in your life the hand-designed personalized card and a small box of authentic Liège Belgian Waffles with toppings or a large gift box of gourmet soft pretzels and accompanying salts!

GIFT 1.

Gourmet Liège Belgian Waffle Gift Box ($65)

We’ll send your recipient a personalized card and a small gift box of ESPco.’s Gourmet Liège Belgian Waffles and Toppings, including:

  • (8) Classic Liège Belgian Waffles
  • (1) Dark Chocolate Fudge Sauce
  • (1) Peanut Butter Caramel Sauce
  • (1) Strawberries & Cream Topper
  • (1) French Toast Sugar

Your gift will help us provide two weeks’ worth of medically tailored meals to a father in Massachusetts experiencing a critical or chronic illness.

GIFT 2.

Greeting Card & Large Box of Pretzels ($95)

We’ll send your recipient a personalized card and a large gift box of ESPco.’s Soft Pretzels and Gourmet Salts, including:

  • (2) Topknots
  • (6) Wheelhouses,
  • (6) Turnbuckles
  • (6) Slidpiece
  • (2) Bites
  • (2) Plain Salt
  • (1)White Truffle Salt
  • (1) Chili Lime Salt
  • (1) Lemon Rosemary Salt

Your gift will help us provide three weeks’ worth of medically tailored meals to a father in Massachusetts experiencing a critical or chronic illness.

A Father's Story

By supporting Community Servings through Dinners4Dads, you are positively impacting the lives of local fathers struggling with critical or chronic illnesses. Fathers like Chuck, who moved from Indian Country, OK, to Massachusetts 40 years ago.

A proud member of the Choctaw Nation and a dedicated husband and father to two grown daughters, Chuck has seen illnesses like diabetes ravage his tribe and family. Even his younger brothers have passed earlier than they should have.

Chuck, too, has diabetes and debilitating vascular issues requiring angioplasty to increase blood and oxygen flow to his leg. He has two stents, and he recently suffered from a diabetic ulcer in his foot which left him nearly immobile and facing an almost certain foot amputation.

But Chuck also has a strong desire to live—for his family and his Nation. His strong will and your support are why he and countless others with critical or chronic illnesses find hope in Community Servings.

Chuck recently told our team, “I am determined to get well for my daughters. My family is everything. I need to be the healthiest, best version of myself for them. Community Servings has helped me do just that.”

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