‘Largest Bake Sale on West Coast’ Kicks Off in SD

Mama’s Kitchen raises money for AIDS and cancer patients

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    Healthy food is on the way for cancer and AIDS patients and their families, as a local organization kicks off what they claim is the west coast’s largest bake sale.

    Mama's Kitchen kicked off its annual "Pie in the Sky" fundraiser Tuesday with a party for volunteers who will be selling the pies.

    The organization hopes to sell enough pies to raise $125,000 in the next six weeks. That’s enough to fund nearly 40,000 meals, they said.

    Independence from Hunger

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    Mama's Pantry, a program of Mama's Kitchen, is encouraging the public to host food drives during the month of July to re-stock their shelves for those affected with HIV/AIDS.

    The money will help provide healthy meals to AIDS and cancer patients.

    The pie sale runs through November 18. Volunteers will be selling pumpkin, pecan, apple and no sugar added apple pies for $20 each.

    Mama's Pie in the Sky

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    Mama's Kitchen, a nonprofit organization that delivers healthy meals at no cost to San Diego men, women and children affected by HIV/AIDS or cancer, presents their seventh annual Mama's Pie in the Sky Thanksgiving Bake Sale. The fundraiser officially is now underway and runs through Nov. 20, 2011. Pie buyers can purchase fresh pumpkin, pecan, apple and no-sugar added apple pies for just $20 each; with $15 from each pie being tax deductible. Mama's Kitchen hopes to sell more than 6,000 pies duri

    Mama’s Kitchen holds several fundraisers throughout the year, like the “Mama’s Day” fundraiser. This year is the 22nd year the Thanksgiving Bake Sale has taken place.

    Pies can be purchased on the organization’s website and picked up at 20 different locations.