Even $1 Makes a Difference!

Hi folks!

I could really use your help. We’re one month away from the Blogger Bake Sale for No Kid Hungry. On the weekend of May 1st through May 3rd, bloggers all over the country will be holding bake sales to raise funds to help end childhood hunger. I’m testing out some recipes and meeting with our community giving team at work next week to recruit more bakers to help out. I’m really hoping to get this entire office building, plus folks from surrounding businesses involved in promotion and participation.
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Here’s what I need from you– Just share. Share this post to your social media accounts. Share the stuff I post about the bake sale on the I’m Gonna Cook That! Facebook page, re-tweet my Tweets about the Bake Sale. We want to sell out of our tasty baked goods here, AND we want to raise lots of money for Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign. If you have a blog and can’t organize your own bake sale, feel free to join my team by clicking the Join Team link, and promote the heck out of the personal fundraising page the No Kid Hungry folks will give you.

If you’re able to donate, click here (even $1 helps!) or you live in the Denver metro area and want to bake for the sale, just leave me a comment or shoot me an email at gonnacookthat@gmail.com.

I’m incredibly excited about this opportunity to make a difference– a much bigger one than I could make all by myself. As a child, my family and I experienced food insecurity, and as a Big Sister with Big Brothers/Big Sisters, I’ve seen my Little Sister’s family experience the same kind of stress and worry that comes from not having enough to eat. If we can play a role in helping to make sure our country’s kids have enough to eat, why wouldn’t we?

Next Thursday, I’ll be sharing a progress report, plus details on some of the treats the team and I will be baking for the sale.

Thanks so much to all of you for the support!

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