Registrations for Cupcake Day 2020 are now closed but watch this space for more information on how to sign up for Cupcake Day 2021.
You can host a Cupcake Day wherever and whenever is convenient for you. Host your own Cupcake Day at home or virtually with friends, family or workmates, and help us bake a difference by raising some dough for people affected by dementia.
Go virtual and stay connected with workmates, friends or family by organising a video call. Catch up over a cupcake and a cuppa and raise some ‘dough’. You could even hold a virtual bake off and see who can get the most creative using store cupboard essentials or simply whose looks the best (or worst!).
Host at home
Get the little ones involved and get creative with what’s in the cupboards to cook up some magic in the kitchen. Dust off everyone’s favourite recipes or try whisking up something new to raise money for people affected by dementia. Cupcake Day is a great break from lessons and will also teach them a brand new skill! They can show off their creations to the whole family.
Host later in the year
Where there’s a whisk there’s a way! You can host your Cupcake Day later in the year when we can safely come back together – whenever and wherever you like. So dust off your baking bowls, whip out your whisks and let’s cook up a storm to support everyone affected by dementia.
Whether you decide to fundraise or simply ‘dough-nate’, every bit of dough you raise will help us be there for people affected by dementia at this difficult time. And the icing on the cake: by being part of it, you’ll feel more connected too.
Your fundraising kit contains everything you knead to get the pin rolling
- Posters to help you spread the word
- Donation box and Gift Aid form (for the all-important ‘dough’)
- Fundraising games
- Delicious recipes
- DIY cake flags