Society Bakery Fundraiser for Animal Rescue of Texas and Project Transformation

We asked Society Bakery Facebook Fans who we should donate to next and we got TONS of input!  We narrowed down the list, and you, our AWESOME customers and fans voted – and here are the winners for this upcoming month!

Joining the wonderful list of charities, non-profits and schools that Society Bakery has donated to over the last seven years: we are happy to announce that the fundraisers for Animal Rescue of Texas and Project Transformation will begin this Monday, September 27th and will last through the end of October. 

If you spend $1.50 on any one item that either group needs, you will receive a cupcake worth $2.95 (or priceless some people (Like Us) might say).  Please bring your receipt.  Limit 6 cupcakes per family. 

Also, Animal Rescue of Texas has mentioned that tax deductible receipts are available to our customers if you would like one.  Below are the items we are accepting:

Project Transformation

Craft Supplies Needed For the Children

Colored Markers, thick and thin line (3.99)

Crayons (larger than an 8 pack) (1.00-3.00)

Child-size scissors (1.00-2.00)

Construction Paper, Craft, or Scrapbook Paper pack (2.00-3.00)

Pipe Cleaners, all colors (1.00)

Googly-eyes for craft projects (1.00-3.00)

Popsicle Sticks (3.00)

Glue Sticks (2 pack or larger) (2.00)

Watercolor Paint Sets (1.00-5.00)

Animal Rescue of Texas 

Plush Dog Toys or KONG Toys (please no rubber toys other than Kong) (2.00 and up)

Step-In Harnesses, sizes small and medium (9.00 and up)

Quick Release Collars, sizes small and medium (9.00 and up)

Leashes (9.00-13.00)

Frontline Flea Prevention, all sizes

Bags of Rawhide/Chewies – the flat kind, please no knotted rawhides *chicken flavored Nyla Bones are good

Gift Certificates to Petco or Petsmart or Avenue Barket (on Greenville) *these will be used to purchase crates and items specific to an individual dog’s need such as a specific dog food

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