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ScrubaDub & Community Servings Launch Partnership to Feed the Critically Ill and Get Dirty Cars Off the Street


November 5, 2014 - Natick, MA

For the second year in a row, Community Serving's 22nd annual Pie in the Sky campaign is partnering with New England's leading car wash company, ScrubaDub Auto Wash Centers, to help provide home-delivered meals to individuals and families battling life-threatening illness.

As part of their annual ScrubaDub Cares Initiative, The Paisner Family owned car wash corporation will be giving away $10 car wash vouchers to anyone who buys a pie, or makes a $5 donation at participating ScrubaDub locations across New England. Each pie costs $28, providing a week's worth of meals to one of Community Servings' 1,525 critically ill clients and their families.

Pies can be purchased from ScrubaDub's Pie in the Sky web page: pieinthesky.org/ScrubaDub, until November 19th. Five dollar donations can be made online by November 30th, at ScrubaDub.com, or at any ScrubaDub location in MA, RI, NH, or ME. ScrubaDub is once again hosting pie pick-up locations the day before Thanksgiving in Brookline, Natick, Shrewsbury, Woburn and Worcester.

With help from Community Servings, ScrubaDub is educating their staff and customers about the importance of providing meals and nutritional assistance for those who are too sick to shop or cook for themselves or their families. Community Servings' delivers 25 different medically appropriate meals that are tailored to the dietary needs of those battling Cancer, HIV/AIDS, MS and other critical illnesses.

"We're excited to continue our partnership with Community Servings! ScrubaDub is committed to raising awareness for the causes our employees are passionate about and giving back to the communities where we do business. Our team of nearly 150 employees and the Paisner Family care deeply about providing appropriate food & nourishment to people battling life-threatening illness," said Mathew Paisner, ScrubaDub Director of Partnerships & Business Development.

"For people coping with critical illnesses, our high-quality, home-delivered meals are a low-cost intervention that can prevent the need for costly acute care services and assure better health outcomes, independence, and an improved quality of life," says Community Servings' CEO, David B. Waters.

To learn more visit www.servings.org or for more information on Community Servings' Pie in the Sky campaign visit www.pieinthesky.org.

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Tim Leahy
Community Servings
617-522-7777 ext. 230
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