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Written by  by Ray Spiteri  The Niagara Falls Review Picture: Anthony Conidi, co-owner of Pasta Fresca and Sarah Pritula, director for Community Crew, in the kitchen at Pasta Fresca in Niagara Falls. Until Christmas Eve, $3 from sales of Pasta Fresca's homemade pasta sauces and soups will directly benefit Community Crew, a Niagara charity helping children in need. Located on Huggins Street, Pasta Fresca has been serving up homemade favourites in Niagara Falls since 1989.

Kendra Dyer was at Ruth's Chris Steakhouse in Niagara Falls recently to learn more about Community Crew, a Niagara Region-based not-for-profit organization that serve children...

A St. Catharines-based organization hopes to expand its programs throughout the region, bringing a hands-on approach to feeding the children of struggling families. Community Crew director...

Kids don costumes to help new lunch program at Falls school Oakes Park might have been the safest place in Niagara Falls Saturday morning. Maybe in...

Superhero-themed walk supports Community Crew school lunch program

You needed a very fast shutter speed to capture an image of Lucas Houghting at Oakes Park in Niagara Falls on Saturday that wasn’t all blurry.

On September 22, Community Crew and Chris Dabrowski partnered for the first annual SuperKids March. About 300 people, 100 of whom were dressed as superheroes,...

Community Crew is an organization out of Niagara the provides almost 300 lunches for students in 3 schools in St. Catharines. On April 27th they...