Conveniently Host Fundraising Events with Bake425°




After hosting more than 50 successful fundraising events, local bake-at-home pizza concept Bake425° wants to partner with more nonprofit organizations this summer to support the causes that matter most to its customers.

The in-store fundraisers are simple to set up. Sponsors pick a date from Sunday through Thursday that’s at least two weeks away, and Bake425° provides artwork for promotional emails and flyers. Fifteen percent of every order associated with the event directly benefits the sponsored cause.  

The community-focused fundraising events are a natural extension of the pizzeria’s commitment to local, “farm-to-crust” ingredient sourcing. They offer sponsors the opportunity to create awareness for their causes while supporting their neighbors, the farmers and artisans that make such unique, fresh flavors possible.

Past fundraisers have benefited Habitat for Humanity, Highland Park High School’s Charity Drive, the Infant Welfare Society, Glencoe Community Garden, Evanston Youth LaCrosse, A Meal to Heal and Jewish Council for Youth Services.

 

Hosting a fundraiser is free. Bake425° has locations in Highland Park, Glencoe, Winnetka, Evanston and Lake Forest, with additional locations opening soon in Hinsdale and Barrington. To schedule an event, email Fundraising@Bake425.com. For more information, visit Bake425.com

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