Get involved with Bake-A-Wish and make a child’s day

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  • Get baking with charity Make-A-Wish’s Bake-A-Wish campaign raising money for children with life-threatening conditions. It’s all about putting on those aprons, rolling up your sleeves and baking your socks off for a good cause.

    Make-A-Wish Foundation® UK was established in 1986 and has since granted more than 8,000 wishes for children with life-threatening medical conditions. This year, we’re very excited to announce that goodtoknow has joined forces with the charity to launch a brand new bake sale campaign: Bake-A-Wish.

    What is the Bake-A-Wish campaign?

    Launching on Monday 2nd September, Bake-A-Wish is an epic bake sale which everyone around the UK can get involved in. It’s all about making cakes, selling them for a fair price and raising some much needed cash for poorly children who need our help!

    What you can do to help!

    From cupcakes to tray bakes, its time to show off your baking skills with the Bake-A-Wish campaign. Get your friends and family involved or turn it into a community based event and get all the locals in on the baking action. All you have to do is make some cheap bakes, be it flapjacks, brownies or scones and sell them to make some serious profit for a well-deserved cause.

    Don’t forget to download bunting, posters and more to turn your bake sale into a professional and fun event for the whole family.

    Are you interested in taking part in the Bake-A-Wish campaign? Click below to register to download your fundraising pack.

    Click here to register and download your fundraising pack


    So if we’ve inspired you to host your own bake sale for charity click below to see our ultimate bake sale guide and get cooking!

    goodtoknow’s guide for brilliant bake sales


    Make your own Make-A-Wish cupcakes

    goodtoknow’s very own Bake-A-Wish bake sale


    Make-A-Wish grants magical wishes to children and young people fighting life-threatening conditions.