SOURCE: ScrubaDub Auto Wash Centers

ScrubaDub Auto Wash Centers

October 29, 2013 10:30 ET

ScrubaDub & Community Servings Team Up to Feed Critically Ill and Get Dirty Cars off Streets

NATICK, MA--(Marketwired - Oct 29, 2013) - Community Serving's 21st annual Pie in the Sky campaign has expanded their partnership with New England's leading car wash company, ScrubaDub Auto Wash Centers, to raise support for providing home-delivered meals to individuals and families battling life threatening illness. The Paisner-Family owned car wash corporation will give $10 car wash vouchers to anyone who buys a pie or makes a $5 donation at ScrubaDub locations across New England as part of their annual ScrubaDub Cares initiative.

Through November 15th, the company-wide initiative will offer individuals a $10 car wash voucher if they donate $5 to feed the critically ill or buy a pie from ScrubaDub's Pie in the Sky web page at Pieinthesky.Org/ScrubaDub. The $5 donations can be made at ScrubaDub.com or any ScrubaDub tunnel location in MA, RI, NH, or ME. ScrubaDub committed to raising a minimum of $10,000.

According to Community Servings, a $5 donation feeds a critically ill individual for a day; a $25 pie will feed a sick person for a week. With help from Community Servings, ScrubaDub is educating their staff and customers about the importance of providing nutritious, home-delivered meals to individuals and families battling Cancer, HIV/AIDS, MS and more. In addition, ScrubaDub locations in: Brookline, Natick, Boston, Shrewsbury, Woburn and Worcester will all be designated pie pick-up sites.

"We've increased our partnership with Community Servings to address the significant issue of providing appropriate nourishment to people with life-threatening illness. The home-delivered meals that Community Servings provides are crucial to maintaining their client's health and dignity while preserving the integrity of their families. ScrubaDub is committed to helping the communities we serve and raising awareness for causes that our employees are passionate about," said Mathew Paisner, ScrubaDub Director of Partnerships & Business Development.

"Community Servings helps over 1,400 clients a year in 18 cities. We provide our clients, their dependent families, and their caregivers with appealing, free nutritious meals, reaching out to those in greatest need: 95% of our clients live below, at, or just above the poverty level," said Jessica Welch, Community Servings Development & Communications Manager.

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

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    Tim Leahy
    Community Servings
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