A Home of his Own

I admit it. I was a little anxious about leaving Roosevelt in his new apartment all alone on the first night. Ok. I was more than a little anxious, I was a nervous wreck. I felt like I was walking away from one of my own children on the first day of school. Roosevelt said,…

The Little Club that Could

This time of year there are lots of great organizations and folks collecting for people in need. We hear about The Empty Stocking, the Firefighters, The Salvation Army. There are boxes in banks and grocery stores, covered in holiday paper, waiting to be filled with donations. But I am going to share with you the…

Support Our Seniors

Happy New Year and welcome to news about the goals of Pie in the Sky for 2016. The Twelve Months After Christmas St. Johns County has one of the fastest growing senior populations in the country. Many of these seniors struggle to make ends meet. They have worked their whole lives, raised their families, bought…

Farm to Family: The Importance of Food

The Importance of Food: A Message from Executive Director, Malea Guiriba Like most folks, when I used to think about food, I thought about chocolate cake, fried shrimp, french fries and ice cream — foods I love to eat and can eat anytime I want. But after two and a half years of running a food…

Read About Pie in the Sky in Old City Life Magazine

Pie in the Sky has been highlighted in the publication Old City Life. Click here to view the magazine online, our article is on page 67. “No one can do everything, but everybody can do something.” -Malea Guiriba

A Slice Of Hope

A Slice of Hope is the Pie in the Sky version of the Angel Tree. Slices of pie representing the specific needs of our local farm workers in Hastings will be on our tree. These pie slices are basic needs like a pair of work boots, work hats and gloves or phone minutes to call…

That’s What Friends Are For

Pie In The Sky would like to thank everyone who helped provide for our community by donating this holiday season! Irene Arriola and Saltwater Properties donated a truckload of food for the home-bound, plus great clothes. JCP Cares donated three truckloads of shelf stable products from their annual food drive. Adecco North America is collecting…

Thank You St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

Thank you St. Paul’s Episcopal Church at Federal Point for serving a wonderful Thanksgiving Feast for the folks of Hastings. Everyone had a great time and the food was fabulous. We delivered the rest to surprised and appreciative families who couldn’t make it to the dinner. Thank you to all the volunteers for providing fellowship…

Support Pie In The Sky By Shopping!

Planning on shopping at Amazon this holiday season? Now your purchase can help Pie in the Sky help folks right here in our own community. Check it out by clicking here!  

Fighting Hunger, One Step At A Time

Read about this wonderful group that has helped Pie in the Sky bring food to the folks in Hastings. They have given us multiple van loads of food at no cost. Thank you Waste Not Want Not – Food Rescue for all you do! Click here to check out Waste Not Want Not Food Rescue!…