Bake Club is a fun and easy way to raise money for Children with Cancer UK in your own home, workplace or local community.
Our partner Mr. Men Little Miss is supporting our Bake Club campaign this year to help us throw our biggest Bake Club event yet!
Simply bake and sell your delicious masterpieces, from cute cupcakes to marvellous muffins and help raise funds to save more young lives.
And why not pick up one of our limited edition Mr Men Little Miss tea towels? Essential for any star baker! 20% of the cost will be donated directly to Children with Cancer UK, helping us to invest in further research into childhood cancer and save more young lives
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Think about where to hold your Bake Club event: workplace, university, home, school, local community centre?
Register online using the form below call us on 020 7404 0808 or email email@example.com and we can support you.Registration Form
Promote the event using your social media and using the Bake Club resources you can find below!
Be creative! Try different recipes and invite friends to get involved and have a bake off.View some recipes
Community Fundraising Team – 020 7404 0808
Hold a baking competition and ask everyone for a donation to enter. All you have to do is get five people involved, ask them to donate £2 each and you've raised £10.
Use the competition poster in your pack to play guess the weight of that cake.
Hold a raffle - ask friends and local businesses to donate prizes and sell tickets during the event.
If it's an office-based event, why not have a mobile bake club and visit people desk to desk?
To donate over the phone, please call 020 7404 0808 to speak to a member of our team.
You will need to have your credit or debit card ready.
Please send a cheque (made payable to Children with Cancer UK) to:
Children with Cancer UK, 51 Great Ormond Street, London WC1N 3JQ.
Please include a note which tells us your name, address and how the money was raised.
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