Cakes for Japan
Unless you’ve been living on the moon then you’ll know all about the devestation caused in Japan by the recent earthquake and resulting tsunami. In order to support the aid agencies working in the affected area, members of The Mad Artists Tea Party and friends will be holding a pop-up shop selling Japan-inspired cakes and goodies, with all profits going to charity. The Tea Party team is currently speaking to experts to decide on the best organisation to donate the cash to. In the meantime, you can donate directly through various agencies including The Red Cross.
The Cakes for Japan pop-up shop will be at Maiden UK, Shoreditch High Street on Friday 18 March (open 11.00 to 19.00).
Find out to donate a cake here, or simply show your support by going along on the day and spending as much cash as possible.
London Baking will be donating several batches of Pac-Man gingerbread biscuits and they’ll be plenty on offer from lots of other bakers. Please do come along and get stuck in.
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