It’s one of the most delicious fundraisers around! Treat Week for the BC SPCA returns this year and you can help the cause by cooking and baking delectable snacks for your friends, family and co-workers.
Treat Week for the BC SPCA
Treat Week runs February 24 to March 1, 2020, a time when animal lovers around the province make, bake or buy treats and give them away in exchange for a donation.
This year, participants who kick-off their fundraising with a self-donation of $25 or more will receive a special gift to feed their fundraising efforts: an e-book containing both sweet and savoury recipes from some of BC’s best chefs, restaurants, and bloggers. The book includes Rhubarb and Cherry Crisp from The Great Canadian Baking Show Judge, Bruno Feldeisen; Grilled Peppers from celebrity chef Jefferson Alvarez; Baked Vanilla Donuts from @sweetandsimplekitchen blogger Kristie Pryor; and Banana Cake with Chocolate Ganache from blogger turned bakery-owner, Fanny Lam of Oh Sweet Day.
Participants who register at online before Friday, January 31 and raise $50 will also be entered in the early bird draw to win a KitchenAid stand mixer donated by Coast Appliances, the perfect tool for whipping up a wide variety of tasty treats. And corporate donors who raise over $500 during the campaign will be entered to win a special prize that will be announced in the coming weeks.
How You Can Get Involved
- Register for FREE at treatweek.ca
- Customize your Personal Fundraising Page online and ask your friends, family and colleagues to support your fundraising efforts.
- Send your friends and family an email through your fundraising page, encouraging them to show their support by donating online.
- Plan your Treat Week event for home, work, school or wherever you think people would love to indulge in treats.
- Hold your Treat Week Party between February 24 and March 1 or any day in January or February that works for you.
- Bake, make, decorate and eat!
The BC SPCA will use the much-needed funds raised from Treat Week to find homes for abandoned, neglected or abused animals, and provide emergency care to injured animals.