Eat Pie and Help Those in Need.
For the first time ever, Caridad Community Kitchen is baking homemade Pumpkin Maple Pies with Candied Local Pecans for the Thanksgiving Holiday.
You can purchase your holiday pie online now for $15 plus tax and then stop by our kitchen on Wednesday, November 23rd between 1:00 – 6:00 p.m. to pick up your pie before Thanksgiving begins.
Proceeds from every pie sold will go back into feeding and training those in need at Caridad Community Kitchen.
We are only baking 350 pies this season so go online and order your today! Last day to order is Wednesday, November 16th or when the 350th pie is sold.
Sometimes I’m in awe that total strangers are willing to help us.
Daniel started receiving emergency food assistance when he became the primary guardian of his four great-grandchildren. He makes it a point to let the kids know that the food comes from the Food Bank, and to teach them to be thankful.
By myself I was comfortable, no sweat. I always had money left over from my social security and my retirement check, but that doesn’t happen now. There are five of us now, and that is not what I was prepared for. I used to work for the state of Arizona, so I was always promoting the Food Bank, but I never thought I’d be on the other side. I never thought I’d be in the situation where I’d need it.
The kids know we get food from the Food Bank. I make it a point to let them know they need to be thankful. That’s all I can ask of them.
If there’s one thing I want people to know about the Food Bank, it’s that it’s there. And that it’s easy to use. You can be just an everyday citizen. You never know when you’ll be in a situation where you need help.
It’s amazing how strangers will help. Sometimes I’m in awe that total strangers are willing to help us. It’s incredible.