Bake Club Raises Dough to Save Young Lives

CwC UK Bake Club photoKids and adults are re-discovering the traditional bake sale for a modern age. May sees the launch of Children with Cancer UK’s Bake Club Month.

From cupcakes to cookies or a classic Victoria sponge, Bake Club is a fun and simple way to raise dough and save young lives.

Everyone is invited to join Bake Club to help the fight against childhood cancer.

Baking beginners to perfect pastry chefs can fundraise at home, in the workplace or local community to raise money and help children with cancer.

Events can be held throughout the Bake Club Month of May. Photos can be uploaded to the Baker’s Gallery by emailing or added to the charity’s facebook page.

Why not use your social networks to spread the word and publicise your Bake Club event?  Tweet about it @CwC_UK #bakeclubmonth. You can watch our Bake Club video here.

Join their Bakeover for the chance to win a baking book!  During the Bake Club Month of May, join a top chef for Children with Cancer UK’s first Twitter BakeOver.

Between 1pm and 2pm on Wednesday 15th May, Chef Dominic from Axis at One Aldwych hotel, the charity’s corporate partner and London’s definitive contemporary luxury hotel, will be answering your baking questions on Children with Cancer UK’s twitter feed to help you bake that perfect cake.

Here’s how to take part:

1.    Follow Children with Cancer UK on Twitter (@CwC_UK)

2.    Tweet your baking questions with the hashtag #BakeOver before 10am on Wednesday 15th May

3.    Chef Dominic will then tweet his answers and share his baking tips – look out for tweets with the hashtag #BakeOver and retweet to pass his tips on!

4.    After the BakeOver, Children with Cancer UK will share all the questions and answers on their website, facebook page and twitter feed.

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