Here is a collection of phenomenal and generously donated goodies to bid on for this wonderful and worthy cause. You can take your pick from any of the items (or more than one) and help us to raise money for the incredible work being done at Pillwillop Theraputic Farm by Dr Corson, his family and all the wonderful volunteers. It is a place that welcomed me so generously when I was struggling so hard to find an internship spot. I believe so strongly in the work they do so tirelessly. I am so grateful to all of you helping me to be able to give back to them with this bake sale. Click here for more information about why this cause means so much to me.
How It Works
Various baked goods made by me and my friends are being auctioned off. Each baked good has a post on which you can place bids, with the bidding starting at $15 for each item. Bids can be placed by making a comment on the post. The highest bidder at the end of the auction will be contacted for payment through Paypal.
Once payment is received, the baked good will be shipped to the winner by the baker.
All proceeds to benefit Pillwillop Therapeutic Farm. The money raised will go directly toward the community garden and community vegetable stand program. It seems only fitting that food will help make food!
|Death By ScotcharooDonated by Bethany Desjarlais from One Girls Taste on Life.|
|Blueberry Chocolate Chip Scones w/ CoconutDonated by Kariise Callender from Bits and Pieces.|
|Mocha Toffee Almond Fudge CookiesDonated by Carrie Burrill from Bakeaholic Mama.|
|Giant Rainbow CookiesDonated by Lauren E from LaurenFoode.com.|
|Strawberry Dream TeamDonated by Elizabeth Cavallari from Food Ramblings.|
|Cranberry White Chocolate Oatmeal CookiesDonated by Nicole Michaud from My Love For Cooking.|
|Turtle Cookie BarsDonated by Nicole Michaud from My Love For Cooking.|
|Chocolate Chip Mini MuffinsDonated by Nicole Michaud from My Love For Cooking.|
If you are not interested in purchasing a baked good, but you would like to make a donation to support Community Counseling of Central Connecticut and their efforts at the Pillwillop Therapeutic Farm, please click the link below.