Local chefs making pies to help raise money for nonprofit

Local chefs making pies to help raise money for nonprofit

Hundreds of local chefs and bakers are coming together to bake thousands of pies — all to benefit a local nonprofit that feeds people in need.

It's a massive undertaking that takes a small army of volunteers. They're making and selling 25,000 pies ahead of Thanksgiving, so if you need a hand in the kitchen, it's a win-win!

The fundraiser Pie in the Sky raises money for the group Community Servings.

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Every year, local chefs and bakers make thousands of pies and sell them for $30 each. Proceeds from those pies go to helping people in the community, year-round, who are too sick to shop or cook for themselves.

"Each pie on your table -- it raises enough money for us to feed one of our critically ill patients a week. So, the folks here in the community get a beautiful pie from Eastern Standard or other exceptional restaurants...while we get enough revenue to feed a neighbor," said David Waters, CEO, Community Servings.

If you want to help out and buy a pie, it's not too late. You have until Saturday, Nov. 23. Order here.

Click here for more information on Community Servings.