Happy National Doughnut Week!
If you’ve got those bank holiday blues, look no further as National Doughnut Week approaches this weekend (May 6 – 13).
It is an opportunity for bakers across the UK to raise funds for The Children’s Trust，the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injuries.
The awareness week was launched by independent baker, Christopher Freeman in 1991 – and has been raising the profile of the charity for 26 years.
Last year £22,783 was raised for the charity, with the help of 394 bakers, shops and cafes.
What is it?
For one week every year, bakery businesses across the UK pull out all the stops by selling lots of doughnuts to help raise money for The Children’s Trust.
When is National Doughnut Week 2017?
Saturday May 6 to Saturday May 13
How can I get involved?
To take part, all you have to do is complete the online registration form, found on the national doughnut week website.
The registration fee is £5 and all the funds go to The Children’s Trust charity.
If you can’t or don’t want to hold a sale, you can buy doughnuts at your nearest participating bakery (until you’re in a doughnut coma).
National Doughnut Week has raised a total of £872,857 since its launch.
Leading bakery ingredients and products supplier CSM Bakery Solutions sponsor this national event.
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