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    Here’s the Delicious Line Up for “Bakes for Breast Cancer’s” Weeklong Fundraiser

    Venues Designate Signature Desserts to Benefit Breast Cancer Research & Awareness Friday, Oct 1 to Thursday, Oct 7, 2021

    Kane’s Donuts (Saugus, Route 1 and Boston’s financial district): Strawberry Frosted Donut

    Bakes for Breast Cancer’s signature event – Bakes for Breast Cancer Massachusetts – returns for its 22nd year, and is proud to announce its full roster of restaurants, bakeries, grocery stores and cafés throughout Massachusetts that will participate during this year’s fundraiser from Friday, October 1 through Thursday, October 7, 2021.

    Locations include Alma Nove, Alta Strada Wellesley, Aquitaine Boston & Chestnut Hill, Bar Mezzana, Black Lamb, Boston Harbor Hotel, BROTHERS Marketplace, Cabot’s Ice Cream & Restaurant, Café Barada, Café Beatrice, Casa Loca Mexican Cantina, Chiara, Coquette, Cosmica, Daniella’s Café & Market, Daniella’s Ristorante, Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse, Eddie Merlot’s, El Pelon Brighton, El Pelon Taqueria Boston, Fiorella’s Concord and Newton, Fiorella’s Express in Belmont, Brighton and Wellesley; all Flour Bakery + Café locations, Formaggio Kitchen South End, FRANK, Grill 23, Henrietta’s Table at the Charles Hotel, Heritage of Sherborn, Juniper, Kane’s Donuts, Konditor Meister, L’Andana, La Morra, Lolita Fort Point, Mamaleh’s Delcatessen Brookline and Cambridge, Mariposa Bakery, Metropolis, Michael’s Delo, Mistral, Mooo…, NEBO, Nubar, One Bistro, Ostra, Pellana, Prezza, Punch Bowl, all Roche Brothers locations, Sorellina, South End Buttery, State Park, Sudbury Farms Needham, Sweet Basil, Sycamore, all Tatte Bakery locations, Beehive, the Blue Ox, the Dial, the Independent, the Local Kitchen & Drinks, the Neighborhood Restaurant & Bakery, Tonno Gloucester and Wakefield, Tres Gatos, Tuscan Kitchen Burlington, Tuscan Sea Grill & Bar, Ula Café, Vello restaurant, Vera’s Vincent’s, Yvonne’s and Figs by Todd English in Charlestown.

    Tonno (Wakefield and Gloucester): Tiramisu


     
    “We are on a mission to end breast cancer for good, one sweet treat at a time,” said Bakes for Breast Cancer Founder Carol Sneider. “We can’t believe how our signature event continues to grow at the rate it does, even as we approach our twenty-second year here in Massachusetts, even during the toughest of times the hospitality industry has faced since spring of last year. We’re grateful and thankful that during the challenges they face, they still find the time and resources to partner with us so we can help eradicate breast cancer once and for all.”
     
    There are two ways to participate in Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer Massachusetts – establishments can offer one designated dessert where 100% of the proceeds go towards Bakes for Breast Cancer, or offer their entire dessert roster where 50% of the proceeds goes back to the organization. Since its inception in 1999, Bakes for Breast Cancer has raised over 2 million dollars. To date, over 4,500 different bakeries, cafés, pastry shops, supermarkets, and restaurants have participated throughout annual events in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maine and Cape & Islands.

    Prezza (North End): Bread Pudding


     
    Proceeds raised will benefit the nonprofit breast cancer organization Bakes for Breast Cancer which will support the research of Dr. Rachel Freedman. Dr. Freedman’s clinical trials will focus on treatment for older breast cancer patients, an area of research that has been vastly under subsidized.
     
    About Bakes for Breast Cancer Massachusetts:
    Bakes for Breast Cancer Massachusetts is an annual “sweet” to raise funds for breast cancer research and care where hundreds of restaurants, bakeries, cafés and retail shops throughout Massachusetts participate by designating all sales of one specific desert, or fifty percent of proceeds from their entire dessert menu, to breast cancer care and research. Proceeds from the event benefit Bakes for Breast Cancer, Inc., a nonprofit breast cancer organization dedicated to funding breast cancer researchers and clinicians. For a list of participating establishments, or to shop online, please visit www.bakesforbreastcancer/restaurant-and-bakeries.

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