15 November 2012

Baking a Difference for the Garden State

My friend JHL, over at A Half Baked Life, is hosting an extraordinary fundraiser for Hurricane Sandy relief. She's coordinating a bake sale auction to raise funds for the United Way Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund. Here's how it will work:

Visit A Half Baked Life starting on November 26 to see the listings of the baked goods that will be for sale. (You can use the link on my sidebar to get there, and I'll remind you as the day gets closer.) All the goods for sale will be provided by volunteer bakers (like myself). You can bid on whatever tasty treats strike your fancy. If you win, the baker will ship the goods right to your door (or deliver them if you are local). All proceeds will benefit the United Way's relief efforts.

There are still parts of my home state, New Jersey, that are in great distress as a result of this powerful storm. From our big cities to our famous farmlands to our pristine shorelines, we are rebuilding and helping those in need in the wake of an unprecedented natural disaster. Please consider supporting the blogging community's efforts to help our neighbors.

Wouldn't you love to have some of my Stained Glass Window cookies on your holiday table, and know that at the same time, you're doing something good for someone else?

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