Little Acts of Pieness

From the very start we’ve donated pies to good causes, from homelessness hostels and food banks to community events. These donations are known as Little Acts of Pieness and we’ve put 200,000 pies to good use in this way in the last four years alone.

We also have our own Little Acts of Pieness lager called Pieminister 5%. Because it’s 5% ABV and 5% per sale goes to good causes.

Want to apply for a Little Act of Pieness? Just fill in the form below
Pie Street Heroes

Pie Street Heroes

Our NHS workers are heroes, which is why we’ve launched our Pie Street Heroes initiative to support them. Streets all over the UK are ordering a group pie delivery, 100% profits of which go to the NHS Charities Together COVID-19 Urgent Appeal.

Pieminister 5% Lager

Pieminister 5% Lager

Expertly brewed in partnership with Freedom Brewery, Pieminister 5% Lager takes its name from the percentage of proceeds which will go straight to our Little Acts of Pieness initiatives.

A full-bodied, vegan premium lager, it gives you that warm feeling you get when you’re doing good while ‘drinking good’.

FRANK Water

FRANK Water

Our ongoing partnership with FRANK Water involves raising funds for their DrinkMe:SaveLives initiative, through a discretionary tap water donation in our restaurants. The money we raise helps FRANK provide safe water and sanitation to people in Northern India and Nepal.  We’ve raised over £18K since 2018. Find out how here.

Peddle & Paddle for FRANK

Peddle & Paddle for FRANK

Summer 2019 saw some foolhardy members of the Pie Crew cycle 500 miles – from our most northerly restaurant in Leeds, to our homeland in Bristol.

Later that summer, our Pie Ministers ‘Stood Up for Safe Water’, relay-racing across Bristol harbour on paddle-boards…in fancy dress.

Both escapades were to raise money for our charity partner FRANK Water.

Black Pieday

Black Pieday

We like to take a different approach to Black Friday, encouraging people to use their money wisely, donating it to a good cause in return for free pies.

Following the success of our charity pop-up shops, in 2018 we baked black pies encased in a charcoal pastry, to give away in return for donations.

Our Black Pie Days raised £8k which went directly to Shelter to help people struggling with bad housing or homelessness.

UK Harvest

UK Harvest

In 2017, we partnered with UKHarvest, a charity which distributes good quality food donations to UK charities.

We donated 10,000 pies to them to help provide much needed nourishment to those who need it the most.

Buy One Get One Tree

Buy One Get One Tree

In 2015 Our Buy One Get One Tree camapign for Temwa raised enough to plant a Pieminister forest in Northern Malawi, where deforestation is a huge issue.

We wanted to to plant 50,000 trees for Temwa’s forestry project but we smashed this target, giving the charity a total of 57,176 trees instead.

Send A Cow

Send A Cow

Our Cattle Drive for Send a Cow gave 25 families in Africa the livestock, seeds, training and on-going support they needed to become flourishing farmers.

In 2014, Head of Pies, Jon went to Kenya with Send a Cow to see how the £35,000 we raised was helping impoverished communities to become self-sufficient. Watch the video here.

APPLY FOR YOUR OWN LITTLE ACT OF PIENESS:

    I confirm that I will be able to collect the pies at your kitchens in Bristol & that I will have an oven to cook the pies on the day of the event.
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