Buy Your Thanksgiving Pies From Slice of Life and Help Neighbors in Need

Food & Friends’ annual Thanksgiving pie sale and fundraiser, Slice of Life is happening now through November 17!

Each pie purchased through Slice of Life provides one full day of nutritious meals for a Food & Friends client — your Washington, D.C. area neighbors battling cancer, HIV/AIDS, or other serious illnesses.

This year, local-favorite baker Whisked by Jenna! is back to supply 9,000 pies. They are available in five delicious flavors: Apple Crumble, Classic Pumpkin, Sweet Potato, Nutty Pecan and the decadent Sea Salt Chocolate Chess. Pie prices start at $28.

Pre-purchased pies can be picked up on Tuesday, November 23 at 33 convenient walk-up, curbside or drive-thru locations throughout the D.C. metro region. Slice of Life is made possible with generous support from Whole Foods Market, their Exclusive Presenting Sponsor, and pies can be picked up at their targeted local locations.

All pies are 9″ rounds and packaged in a sturdy, gift-quality box. Purchasers can also donate a pie to a Food & Friends client, to be delivered by volunteers on Thanksgiving Day along with a full turkey dinner. You can also lead a pie-selling team in your workplace to win prizes and the satisfaction of knowing your efforts helped feed neighbors in need.

Community members throughout the area who face serious health challenges depend on Food & Friends for their meals, six days a week. With the ongoing challenges of COVID-19, demand for meals has risen considerably, as the clients served are often immune-compromised and have serious underlying health conditions. Many of their clients are also contending with food insecurity or lack of nutritious options nearby. Food & Friends’ staff and volunteers expect to home deliver more than 1.34 million medically tailored meals this year.

Place an order at or call (202) 269-6826 to help Food & Friends bring holiday cheer to those who need it the most. Do good. Feel good. Buy Pies!

Pie sales close on Wednesday, November 17 and are available at

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