Christmas is around the corner again and Santa and Bake for Change are getting ready for the 2011 Xmas drive where Bake for Change will visit 6 homes for less privileged children in Lagos State and hand out individually wrapped gifts to 600 children.
Last year with the donation from (kind contributors) , Bake for Change visited 4 homes and gave out 350 gifts, which was a HUGE success! All that’s missing now are the gifts and Bake for Change hopes you will support them again this year with buying gifts or donating cash towards gifts and helping spread the word.
To donate a gift please contact Bake for Change via email or call them on the numbers listed below. Let’s give – give – give and make sure each child gets a gift….
Join Bake for Change to spread, love, joy and compassion this Xmas season. . .
Ideally all gifts and especially cash donation should be made on or before the 5th of December, 2011.
Bake for Change also invites you to join them for their Xmas drive and the wrapping party.
Details for the 2011 Xmas Drive:
Date: 26th of December 2011
Time: 8AM – 5PM
Venue: 6 Homes within the State, see info sheet attached for details
Details for wrapping Party to follow shortly.
Nkem, Ash, Ngozi and Stefanie
for Bake for Change
T: 08053356713, 08138451876, 08057775577
“ABOUT BAKE FOR CHANGE”
Bake for Change is a Baking Club founded by a group of friends in June 2010 that meet once a month to enhance their baking skills and try out new recipes.
The idea of baking just for ourselves was quickly discarded and replaced by baking for the less privileged of our society, such as children in orphanages, special correctional facilities, hospices, as well as old peoples homes and other institutions every second month.
We not only bake for the residents of these facilities, we also donate items needed, such as clothes, exercise books, pens, pencils, toys, bedding, sanitary products, toothbrushes, towels, chalk, books, games, provisions etc. with the support of friends and donors.
We strive to give hope to the people we visit and show them that they are loved and society has not forgotten them. We strive to bake for change…”