There is power in what you bake. Every $10 you raise can connect a child with up to 100 meals. Every cookie and cupcake can make a difference.
Sign up today and we’ll help you plan a successful in-person or virtual bake sale. You’ll get access to your own fundraising website and resources to help you plan, promote and fundraise.
There are safe ways to host a bake sale right now. If you want to host an in-person event, pick a location that is guaranteed to get noticed and be sure to follow local guidelines for social gatherings. Or plan some online activities, like live baking classes, to help your fundraiser get noticed. Sign up today!HOST A BAKE SALE
Raise $250 this year and you will earn a set of Bake Sale for No Kid Hungry measuring spoons and measuring cup.
Reach $500 in your fundraising this year and we will send you a Bake Sale for No Kid Hungry silicone whisk and tea towel set.
Raise $1,000 and you’ll be a Bake Sale Rock Star! Check out our 2020 Bake Sale Rock Stars.
Taylor has been hosting bake sales for years. Recently she added fun baking videos to help others with her baking tips. Videos like these are a great way to promote your upcoming bake sale. Or videos can be posted on social media with your fundraising webpage to raise funds online.
Barbara hosted a safe, socially distanced bake sale early on in the pandemic. She took orders by email and had a one hour pick up time in the town park. Cookie and brownie platters covered in plastic wrap were delivered to customers in their cars by volunteers wearing gloves and masks.
Michael may only be 13 but he’s already a whiz in the kitchen and a bona fide hunger hero. The aspiring baker completed his second bake sale this past September. And he’s already started his own baking business. Instead of dreams of getting rich, Michael’s desire is to give something back. Young heroes like Michael give us hope for the future. And he’s just getting started.