“Good things come to those who bake”

Bake sale is one of the most common fundraising movements of every organization. As people loves to eat tasty, sweet foods, we organized a bake sale fundraising movement last May 23rd, 2017 at Biggar & District Credit Union. We had a time frame of 11 o’clock am to 2 o’clock pm. We also had raffle entries in partnership with Biggar & District Credit Union and Ms. Ann Tobin Weekes, Avon Independent Sales Representative. The lucky thing about my bake sale is that people in Biggar love to buy bake goodies and some of them were blessed enough with their baking skills. Those people donated plenty of bake goods for my event and encourage everyone to go and participate on my bake sale.

People started to come at exactly 11 am. Some of my friends also helped in assisting our dear customers. Aside from the bake sale and raffle entries, we also sell Avon Bug Spray products for only $10.00. People come and some of them return to get more goods for afternoon snacks. Good thing also about our dear customers is that aside from buying lots of bake sales, they also want us to keep their change and wish me luck for my national journey.

This bake sale movement we had proves me that I am surrounded with good and kind people. God is good for making my bake sale fundraising movement very successful. At the end of the day, I always keep reminding myself to always thank the people who helped and congratulate all the raffle draw winners. I am so happy to have this kind of opportunity and looking forward for more adventures in my journey as Miss Teenage Saskatchewan 2017.


Written by: Shiela

One Response to Bake Sale Fundraising Movement

  1. Miss Teenage Avalon says:

    Way to go! Looks awesome!

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