Search CS



Upcoming Events

There are many community and fundraising events at Community Servings all year round. No matter what your interest is, there are plenty of opportunities to get involved and make a difference.


Nick Zappia
The Blue Room & Belly Wine Bar The Blue Room's cuisine has long been a favorite among residents and tourists. But the restaurant's atmosphere, local art, an open kitchen and an upbeat bar are worth the trip alone. The Belly Wine Bar is a must for all wine lovers. Traditional and progressive wines meet a "damn good charcuterie." And, at either restaurant on any given night, you'll most likely see Nick Zappia crisscrossing the floor, making sure that you and every patron is pampered and content, including LifeSavor diners, whom the restaurant has hosted for years. The Blue Room is also a long-time supporter of Pie in the Sky.

Pie Sellers/Table Captains

Carol-Ann Bond
Pie in the Sky Co-Chair
One day in 2001, Carol came across Community Servings in a search for a non-profit organization that her company could become involved with. Since then, Longfellow has made a financial contribution to Community Servings and closed its office the Tuesday before Thanksgiving so all associates can volunteer at Pie Central to pickup and deliver pies from bakers and to distribution sites. A committee co-chair since 2005, Carol-Ann is also the Pie in the Sky 2008 pie queen -- having sold the most pies with her husband, Chris, and raised over $17,000 for Community Servings.


Community Servings is loco for Boloco! As a top corporate sponsor of LifeSavor, New England's inspired burrito chain has helped Community Servings grow and prosper. The company is involved in so many ways: Boloco's co-founder, John Pepper, serves on our Board and their employees who regularly volunteer in our kitchen. Over the years, Community Servings has also been the beneficiary of sales proceeds from new store openings and special promotions.