CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Having raised more than $50,000 for Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign, The Great Chappaqua Bake Sale is celebrating its fifth anniversary raising money to fight childhood hunger on Saturday, Sept. 27 at the Chappaqua Children’s Book Festival.
In honor of its five years, The Great Chappaqua Bake Sale will kick off a week-long promotion, “Share Our Fight with Five” with local business partners that have supported The Great Chappaqua Bake Sale since it began in 2010.
“We are proud to celebrate The Great Chappaqua Bake Sale’s fifth anniversary as one of our top grossing bake sale teams in the country, raising more than $50,000 for No Kid Hungry,” said Debbie Shore, co-founder of Share Our Strength.
The promotion will begin on Saturday, Sept.
20 and participating businesses include: Auntie Penny; Chappaqua Framing; Chappaqua Paint & Hardware; The Eye Gallery; Jodi’s Gym; Marmalade; Mt. Kisco Seafood; New York Dolls; Red, Write and Blue; and Tazza.
“The Great Chappaqua Bake Sale and Raffle have been a huge success thanks to the generous support of the local business community, which donates baked goods, products and services year after year to support this cause,” said Holly Blum, Jessica Reinmann and Allison Spiegel, The Great Chappaqua Bake Sale co-chairs.
In addition to the promotion, The Great Chappaqua Bake Sale will continue to host its popular Great Chappaqua Bake Sale Raffle. Tickets will be available online beginning in early September and at the event on Saturday, Sept. 27. Funds raised from The Great Chappaqua Bake Sale fund meals programs in New York State.
The 5th Annual Great Chappaqua Bake Sale will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 27 at Robert E. Bell Middle School at 50 Senter St., Chappaqua.
There is no rain date so in the event of inclement weather, the event will move inside the school.
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