I am poking my head up here because I am doing an auction fundraiser as part of the national bake sake for Bakers Against Racism.
OFFICIAL #BAKERSAGAINSTRACISM AUCTION IS NOW OPEN!
Winner must either reside in Chicago (or have a friend or family member or business in Chicago to gift the package to), or be willing to travel to Chicago to pick up monthly, shipping is not possible.
The winner of this auction will receive over the course of one year, beginning July 2020 and ending June 2021:
A monthly package of baked goods (suitable for a minimum family of four) from a Black-owned bakery here in Chicago, which may include: Brown Sugar Bakery, Schweet Cheesecakes, Justice of the Pies, Downstate Donuts, Frosted By Ope, Cooking with Curves, Laine’s Bakery, Shawn Michelle’s or others.
A monthly loaf of sourdough bread baked by me. (OPTIONAL BONUS: If the winner would also like a piece of my sourdough starter, that will also be included, along with my care and feeding and baking instructions.)
A copy of Cheryl and Griffin Day’s “The Back in the Day Bakery Cookbook” so that you can be making your own fabulous baked goods.
A signed copy of one of my books.
A $500 value!
Go to my Facebook Author page Place your bid in the comments section.
Bidding begins at $300.
All proceeds will support:
My Block My Hood My City
“My Block My Hood My City offers opportunities for young people in under-resourced neighborhoods to access amenities not typically available to them. Their programs encourage youth to explore different neighborhoods, cultures and cuisines. The organization also offers opportunities for young people to get involved in STEM programs, volunteering, civic engagement, and community development.”