Cookies for Kids’ Cancer is coming to Meredith College

Filed under: Uncategorized — admin @ 8:50 pm August 30, 2009

This Tuesday night, September 1st, Meredith College in Raleigh, NC, is hosting a Cookies for Kids’ Cancer bake sale on campus at the newly finished athletic field.

Starting at 6pm Meredith’s Avenging Angels soccer team will take the field for their season opener, while on the sidelines hundreds of delicious cookies will be ready for spectators to enjoy, all donated from local baker Chef Hamm (check him out at www.chefhamm.com – the cookies are as yummy as he is generous). Plus, there will be amazing, yummy-smelling shower gel and skin care raffle prizes donated by our sponsor philosophy. And all you need is some cash (or a check) in your pocket and a can-do attitude. . .because every dollar you donate is being matched by both Pinpoint Resource Group of Raleigh (thank you Sean Edmiston – you are one Good Cookie!) and Bank of America. . .every dollar you donate gets tripled!!

Tuesday is set to be an exciting night at 3800 Hillsborough Street. And let there be no doubt, NO ONE at the bake sale table will be more excited than yours truly! Yes, I will be there to cheer on my alma mater (and co-founder Gretchen’s alma mater!) Meredith College and sell cookies and raise some dough for pediatric cancer. And I hope you will be there, too!

Stay tuned for pictures, stories and maybe even a little college-days nostalgia. . .

philosophy + cookies = sweet

Filed under: Uncategorized — admin @ 8:40 pm August 28, 2009
These are the beautiful faces of philosophy who spent the day baking treats yesterday for their Saturday bake sale:
Beautiful - inside and out! Thanks, www.celebratedcuisine.com for allowing these beauties to bake in your kitchen!

Beautiful - inside and out! Thanks, www.celebratedcuisine.com for allowing these beauties to bake in your kitchen!

And here is the message from the philosophy team to ALL Cookies for Kids’ Cancer supporters:
philosophy: what’s good for the body is good for the soul

dear philosophy fans of phoenix!

visit your local philosophy store on saturday, 8/29, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., for a charity bake sale

when you purchase irresistible baked goods and oatmeal raisin high-foaming shampoo, shower gel & bubble bath 16 oz. for $16,* 100% of the net proceeds will benefit cookies for kids cancer.

cookies for kids’ cancer is committed to raising funds to support research for new and improved therapies for pediatric cancer. through the concept of local bake sales, cookies for kids’ cancer provides the inspiration and support for individuals, communities and businesses to help fight pediatric cancer. www.cookiesforkidscancer.org

there’s more!
we will be raffling off an exclusive, supernatural master class for the winner and five friends. you will receive insider tips for achieving your ideal supernatural look.

forward this to your friends and family to encourage them to support the cause and enter the raffle. (just be sure they make you one of their five classmates, if they win!)

we look forward to seeing you soon.

love,
the philosophy team

the philosophy stores:

philosophy at casa paloma
7131 west ray road
chandler, arizona 85226
(480) 961 -4673

philosophy at dana park
1660 south val vista drive
mesa, arizona 85204
(480) 926 – 0775

*while supplies last

We hope you will join them. Or, if you do not live in Arizona, simply go online to www.philosophy.com to purchase a bottle or two or three of Oatmeal Raisin Shower gel for yourself or the other important women in your life. You have no idea just how sweet it would be for you to support Cookies for Kids’ Cancer!

The Atlantic Philanthropies – a group of Good Cookies

Filed under: Uncategorized — admin @ 2:33 pm August 11, 2009

On behalf of every family with a child battling pediatric cancer, Cookies for Kids’ Cancer wants to recognize the support of The Atlantic Philanthropies. Our cause recently received a generous contribution of $5,000 from the Atlantics Director and Employee designated gift program. We are grateful for your contribution to our cause.

The Atlantic Philanthropies “are committed to making immediate improvements in the lives of people who need change the most.” It is both a delight and a privilege to be recognized by Atlantic Philanthropies as a like-minded change agent. Thanks to the mission and work of Cookies for Kids’ Cancer’s Medical Advisory Board – dedicated to identifying critical research needs across the 12 types of pediatric cancers to bring the most promising life saving therapies to patients as quickly as possible – we can assure The Atlantic Philanthropies, as well as all of our generous supporters, each and every dollar that comes into Cookies for Kids’ Cancer is used to change and improve lives.

Click here to learn more about The Atlantic Philanthropies.

Relish

Filed under: Uncategorized — admin @ 2:14 pm August 8, 2009

Do you read Relish Magazine? You should. Relish is an insert found in your Sunday paper with the motto of Celebrating America’s Love of Food. And they do – with articles about food, recipes to use, blogs and message boards for the food lover in all of us, you can hardly escape your inner foodie while reading Relish.

And if you don’t take a Sunday paper, Relish is available online at www.relishmag.com

But why am I talking about Relish on the Cookies for Kids’ Cancer blog? Well, funny you should ask. In the August “This and That” section of Relish Magazine, readers across the country are encouraged to host a Cookies for Kids’ Cancer bake sale in the month of September as a great way to recognized Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month. You can see the call to action at www.relishmag.com/article/34747.html . . .

And now, you can pull out your calendar and set a date for your September or October or November bake sale. Don’t do it just because I said to. Do it to celebrate your love of food, Relish style. Support pediatric cancer fundraising for better treatments through a Cookies for Kids’ Cancer bake sale.

Did somebody say it’s August?

Filed under: Uncategorized — admin @ 9:55 pm August 3, 2009
Students in NC host a Cookies for Kids' Cancer bake sale at school.

Students in NC host a Cookies for Kids' Cancer bake sale at school.

Of course I know August 1st always comes after July 31st. As sure as the sun rises, it happens every year. But, right on schedule, August and all the month means took me by surprise once again. August means football season and hurricane season. August means the State Fair is next month. And most of all, August means BACK TO SCHOOL. And back to school means back in the swing of homework, schedules, sports and clubs. Back to school means new goals. And good cookies, we have a suggestion for one goal this school year. . .

If you are a student, a teacher or a parent or have neighbors who are students, teachers or parents, why not host a Cookies for Kids’ Cancer bake sale at school this fall? With many great causes to support, Cookies for Kids’ Cancer stands out in schools because, well, the money goes to help school-age kids with all the same hopes and dreams as every other kid but who happen to be battling pediatric cancer.

What could be better than a hands-on service project delivering far more than lip service and community service hours? Aspiring bakers handle cookies, budding artists and marketers create signs and raise awareness, congenial classmates ensure no cookies go unsold. No matter a student’s role in the school, there is a job waiting for them in a Cookies for Kids’ Cancer bake sale.

Central Wilkes Middle School students used stories from the website for inspiration.

Central Wilkes Middle School students used stories from the website for inspiration.

And is it worth the effort? Well, last fall, several schools across the country held Cookies for Kids’ Cancer bake sales. Some schools raised thousands of dollars while other schools raised hundreds. And do you know what mattered most to us here at Cookies for Kids’ Cancer?Every dollar raised.

Right now in the effort to raise funds for pediatric cancer research, every dollar counts toward getting ready and waiting treatments funded for clinical trials. And clinical trials give kids with cancer better options, better choices and better survival rates.

So don’t let August take you by surprise. Time flies – start planning now. I can’t think of a better time for a bake sale than September – Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month. Register your sale today through www.cookiesforkidscancer.org.