Holiday Clean Up

Bake Back America created Holiday Give Back to inspire communities to donate holiday accessories after special occasions. This platform is a learning experience for the recipients to also learn about give back.

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Hi, my name is Olivia and I am 14 years old. I am very passionate about helping children and impacting their lives in a positive way.  Bake Back America has given me the most rewarding opportunity to tutor a child in a shelter.  I was saddened when I found out her struggle for affording a costume. This challenge allowed me to create the concept of collecting holiday accessories immediately after the festivities. Sometimes, fun little things like dressing up on halloween can make a huge difference in a child’s life.

INITIATIVES

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Holiday Clean Up & Store

Volunteers collect holiday accessories after special occasions and donate them so those less fortunate can celebrate too.

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Holiday Give Back

Volunteers collect holiday accessories and reinvent them to create new purposes use them to teach children in shelters on giving back.

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Holiday Recycling

Bake Back America created Holiday Recycling to inspire individuals and communities to come together to donate holiday accessories to be reused by a recipient for other purposes.

LET'S GET STARTED

Volunteers

Recipients

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Our Story

Westchester, NY

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Long Island, NY

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New Jersey

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Long Island

GIVERS

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Bethany House, Long Island, NY.

The children of Bethany House received candy from Halloween and made thank you cards for staff and family.

RECIPIENTS

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Bethany House, Long Island, NY.

Faculty and family received cards and candy as the give back.

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GIVERS

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Coachman Family Center, White Plains, NY.

Children made cards and attached the halloween candy as a give back item to someone in the shelter or a family member.

RECIPIENTS

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Coachman Family Center, White Plains, NY.

10 cards were created and given with candy to show appreciation.