People all over the country (and some in Europe!) are holding cakes sales to fundraise for our heroes, and it’s not too late to join in the fun. Listed below are a few of the different ways that people are 'doing their bit' for the 2014 Colossal Cake Sale. What could you do?
Could you get your workplace to take part? Ask some of your colleagues to help by baking some cakes or biscuits. You'll have a happy, smiley workplace and raise money for a good cause!
11 year old Kieron and three of his friends are organising a cake sale at school. If you're a parent or Govenor, why not hold a cake sale at break time or after school?
Kate in Hull is baking 1000 cupcakes over 2 weeks and selling them to local businesses.
Chavasse VC House Recovery Centre in Colchester are holding a ‘Bake Off’ and the finished products will be sold at the Colchester Cake Sale on 3 May.
Veterans at Phoenix House Recovery Centre in Catterick have already held a ‘Bake Off’ and here is a picture with their incredible cakes!
Louise, Helen, Lisa and Jillian are holding cake sales in their gardens for friends and neighbours.
The Colossal Cake Sale sponsors ‘Whitworths Sugar’ launched the campaign with a cake sale of their own. We hear that these biscuits went down very well!
Sarah organised a ‘Book and Bake’ day at work. Colleagues donated books and cakes, with everything sold for £1 each.
The Bloomsbury Hotel is joining in and are even designing a special cake! Here is a selection of their cakes to tempt your tastebuds!
Help us to make this year’s Colossal Cake Sale truly colossal! To receive your free fundraising pack and to register click here
Thursday 2 January 2014Crowdfunding launched for Modern British War Film Kajaki, supporting Help for Heroes
Big or small, every donation makes a difference to our wounded Servicemen and women and their loved ones.