Bake a Difference with No Kid Hungry


You can make a difference in the life of a hungry child through Share Our Strength’s 10th anniversary Bake Sale for No Kid Hungry.  Just $1 can help connect a child in need with up to 10 meals!  Bake sales both big and small can bake a real difference!

Host a Bake Sale

If you’re interested in hosting a bake sale in your community, but aren’t sure how to do it, the bake sale Resource Center provides tools like planning checklists, templates for flyers, location and pricing advice, and other helpful tips to make events successful and fun.

Rewards:  Participants will be rewarded for completing their bake sales with a variety of gifts on a monthly basis. For bake sales raising between $250 – $1,000+, bakers will receive select items from Kmart’s Sandra by Sandra Lee collection, ranging from silicone oven mitts to ceramic ramekins to a travel cake keeper.   Sign up at

Host a Virtual Bake Sale

If baking isn’t your thing, you can recruit friends and family to contribute to your own personal virtual bake sale and raise funds online.

This easy-to-use guide helps you set up your very own fundraising webpage and provides an email template to share with friends and family. In four simple steps, your virtual bake sale can make a great contribution to Bake Sale for No Kid Hungry.

Learn More

To learn more, watch the No Kid Hungry: Ending Childhood Hunger in America video.

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  1. says

    What a great post!

    The kids and I have been talking about hosting a bake sale for No Kid Hungry, too. I’m glad I talked them into giving us a few weeks to come up with ideas and a shopping list. If we’d tried to be part of the kickoff week, we’d be selling muffins in the snow!

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