What could be more satisfying than enjoying some home baked cakes and cookies with family and friends? How about helping some of the UK’s most vulnerable children at the same time? The Children’s Society is asking avid bakers of all abilities to get together to enjoy some cake, a cuppa and a catch up with family, friends, colleagues and their community as part of their annual Bake and Brew. All the money raised from these coffee mornings and cake sales goes towards helping The Children’s Society support children suffering from poverty, abuse and neglect. For over 130 years The Children’s Society has helped young people through their direct practice, policy work and influencing work. They run 80 services all around the country that work with vulnerable children and young people in areas including sexual exploitation, runaways, young carers, refugees, children living in poverty and more. They also lobby the Government and help change laws that impact society’s most vulnerable children. Last year, thanks to events like Bake and Brew, The Children’s Society directly helped over 34,000 children and young people, and positively impacted 1.8 million children through the policy changes they influenced. Taking part in a Bake and Brew is great fun and easy to do – it really is a piece of cake – so if you’d like to get involved you can order a free pack (which includes everything you need to host a mouth-watering cake and coffee morning, plus a special recipe from Levi Roots) by visiting www.childrenssociety.org.uk/bake or calling their friendly supporter care team on 0300 303 0555.
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