Bruins' Gregory Campbell Donating Pies For Thanksgiving

Boston Bruins forward Gregory Campbell will make some Bostonian's Thanksgiving a little more memorable. The 27-year old bought 400 pies and will personally distribute them to various shelters and charitable organizations throughout the city on Thursday. 

Campbell bought $2,000 worth of pies from Mike's Pastries in the North End and will hand-deliver a portion of them to the Yawkee Family Inn, the Home for Little Wanderers, St. Francis House and the Pine Street Inn.

The Bruins will spread the rest of the pies among a group of charities: the New England Center for Homeless Veterans, Boston Rescue Mission, Haley House, Boston Family Shelter, Temporary Home for Women and Children, Rosie's Place, Bridge Over Troubled Waters, Patrick Thompson House at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Women's Lunch Place, Horizons for Homeless Children, Salvation Army Cambridge, and Barbara McInnis House. 

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