Another way to Love Like Liam – Online Bake Sale!

Filed under: Uncategorized — admin @ 1:11 pm January 24, 2012

A Special Valentine: Cookies FREE OF Gluten, Dairy, Egg, Soy & Peanut this Season

This Valentine’s Day Season, Nonesuch Bakery will donate 25% of online sales to supporters of Cookies for Kids’ Cancer when you use the code “LIAM25” at checkout. This special promotion begins Tuesday, January 24th and ends on Tuesday, February 14th – Valentine’s Day, the first anniversary of Liam Witt’s memorial service. For three weeks, you can help raise funds for pediatric cancer and bake delicious cookies FREE of gluten, dairy, egg, soy, AND peanut for your family and friends with dietary restrictions.

Nonesuch Bakery offers ready-to-bake cookie dough in a re-sealable package and gives you a baker’s dozen (13 cookies) to bake one at a time or for a whole crowd. The all-natural cookie dough FREE OF gluten, dairy, egg, soy, and peanut comes in oatmeal raisin, shredded coconut, and chocolate chip and is made with the highest quality ingredients. Learn more about the cookie dough made by hand and food allergies here. Delivery is available to all 48 states in the Continental U.S. – sorry no AK or HI yet.

Sarah Choi, founder of Nonesuch Bakery and mother of an active 2.5 year old boy in San Francisco felt an immediate connection to the mission of Cookies for Kids’ Cancer when a friend attended a local bake sale and shared the Witt family’s story with her. Sarah says, “My goal is to create a delicious cookie baking experience at home for an audience who usually doesn’t get one. I’m thrilled to share the cookie dough with Cookies for Kids’ Cancer so that everyone can indulge in the fun and raise even more funds for pediatric cancer at local bake sale events. Donating a percentage of sales every Valentine’s Day season is a small way I can help the cause.”

Order your cookie dough today with the code “LIAM25” and celebrate Liam’s legacy of love.

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