Thanks to everyone that braved the Inman Park Festival crowds and came out for the Atlanta Vegan Bake Sale 2012. It raised over $700 towards this Fall’s Atlanta Veg Fest! And now I’ll show you what you missed so you won’t miss next year’s. I don’t have a picture of the Hello Kitty ice cream sandwich cookies with home made ice cream that Star made, but they definitely need to be mentioned.
Woohoo! It’s World Wide Vegan Bake Sale time again – the best time of the year! This year the Atlanta Vegan Bake Sale will be raising money to kick off the first Atlanta Veg Fest in November. It’s about dang time Atlanta had a veg fest, right? And you can help make it happen by making and donating baked goods, purchasing baked goods, or a little of each.
This year we have a unique opportunity to reach tons of non-veg*ns. The bake sale will be held April 28th 12-4pm outside of Dough Bakery. Yes, that’s during the Inman Park Festival. Bakers are still needed. Just email Leigh if you’d like to bake (leighsaluzzi(at)yahoo.com).
Okay, so Atlanta participated in the World Wide Vegan Bake Sale way back on May 1st and I’m just now posting pictures. Oh well. Cosmo’s Vegan Shoppe organized it and we took over the back of their shop. Who knew so many people would be willing to leave the comfort of I-285 to venture to Marietta for vegan baked goods? We sold out before the sale was over! Leigh has a better here of everything so I’ll focus on what I made.
Hey kids! You all like tasty vegan baked goods, right? Then you don’t want to miss this year’s Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale! This year, Cosmo’s Vegan Shoppe is hosting the sale at their space in Marietta, Georgia Saturday, May 1st noon – 4pm to give those OTP folks a chance to get some tasty vegan baked goods. I’m donating some goodies…of course I can’t remember what I said I was bringing except banana cream pies. Yep, gonna make some mini vegan banana cream pies. You don’t want to miss that, do you? You can also promote and RSVP to the event on Facebook here.
The Metro Atlanta Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale will benefit Ahimsa House. Ahimsa House is dedicated to helping the human and animal victims of domestic violence across Georgia reach safety together.
Thanks Steph Timms for once again creating a super cute flyer for the sale.
The bake sales are being held all over the world, so check here to find out when and where one is being held near you.
It was nasty, rainy and a little icy but people still came out. Atlanta’s Vegan Bake Sale for Haiti this Saturday raised $1365 for Doctors Without Borders. Holy Crap! A special thanks to Kristin for organizing the whole thing and Criminal Records for not just agreeing to let us do it in front of their store, but letting us take over the back of the store when the weather turned nasty. Those guys rock!
Kristin has a great round-up of participants here. I’d like to also add thanks to Alicia Simpson, author of Vegan Comfort Food, Alison Brown, Lisa Bennett and a guy named David, I think, for bringing out goodies to sell. The hard work of everyone involved enabled us to turn a bit of labor and ingredients into a much larger donation for Haiti.