Bake Back America started with inspiring volunteers to bake goods or meals to show appreciation to first responders, essential works and those in need. These goodies were an act of kindness gave volunteers an opportunity to be creative and to do an act of kindness.
Let's bake for local first responders & essential workers to show our appreciation. Volunteers can create a variety of their favorite baked goods to thank fireman, police and EMS workers for their heroic work.
Calling all bakers to follow their passion and create their favorite recipes for children in shelters. These baked goods can be given for an act of kindness, to celebrate a birthday or even a holiday.
Volunteers can bake individually wrapped baked goods to let seniors know you are thinking about them. You can even make a cake to acknowledge a birthday.
Bake for our DOORSTEP DELIGHT program where you can create any special snack, individually wrap it, place it in a basket, print out the printable and leave it on your front doorstep to show appreciation for your delivery people.
Thank you Alexandra for creating Doorstep Delight
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November 4, 2021
Thank you Elizabeth for cupcake decorating with the kids at Bethany house in Long Island
Ossining Children's Center
LA Fire, California
Bethany House, Long Island
Emma baking for Parkland Fire Station
Mass General Hospital
North Carolina EMS,
Chicago Fire Dept., Chicago, IL.
Fountain Place Shelter, White Plains, NY.
Fairview Fire, White Plains, NY.
Cortlandt Manor District Leader, Cortlandt Manor, NY.
Lakeland Girl Scouts Troop 2154 bakes for Jan Peek
Lakeland East Coast Mavericks Baseball bakes for Jan Peek
Lakeland Panas Rebel Varsity Hockey bakes for Jan Peek
Jan Peek Shelter, Peekskill, NY.