Coldwell Banker is again teaming up with Community Servings for its annual Pie in the Sky fundraiser. For more than two decades, Coldwell Banker has sold pies and collected donations to support Community Servings, whose mission is to provide and deliver meals to those affected by food insecurity and illness in Massachusetts.
Pies can be purchased online until pickup day on Tuesday, Nov. 23, or while supplies last. This year Community Servings is offering apple, pecan and pumpkin pies made by Boston Baking as well as a dozen other local area restaurants. For each $30 donation, donors will receive a pie as a thank you. Pies can be picked up at 22 local Coldwell Banker offices.
“Year after year, I’m incredibly proud to see Coldwell Banker sales associates and staff join forces to support Community Servings’ incredible mission,” Pauline Bennett, president of Coldwell Banker Realty in New England, said in a press release. “As a lead donor for Pie in the Sky, our brand has remained committed to helping our neighbors who are too sick to feed themselves and their families – and this year is no exception. Despite new challenges brought on by the pandemic, I’m confident that the kindness and generosity of our local communities will continue to help thousands of families in need.”
Coldwell Banker New England raised more than $98,000 last year, approximately 15% of the $625,000 raised by Community Services during its 2020 fundraiser, according to the release.
“Coldwell Banker has been a leading supporter of Community Servings for over 20 years and has helped Pie in the Sky grow to become our most successful fundraiser every year,” David B. Waters, CEO of Community Servings said. “In such a challenging time for our community, we’re thankful for our partnership with Coldwell Banker to help address the increasing need for nutritious food among the families we serve.”