As the summer winds down, and the kids return to school, the sweet smell of freshly baked cookies will waft through Carytown on Saturday, Sept. 8.
Join the Rhudy & Co. team and some of our work friends this Saturday, Sept. 8, in Carytown, in front of Need Supply at South Belmont and Cary streets, as we support Cookies for Kid’s Cancer at the 3rd Annual Bake Sale in RVA.
What’s better than cookies for an incredible cause?
About the organization
Cookies for Kid’s Cancer is a national non-profit organization founded by former Richmonder Gretchen Holt Witt, who lost her son Liam to cancer in 2011. Michele and Jonathan Rhudy worked with Gretchen years ago at Carter Ryley Thomas PR (now CRT/tanaka).
Cookies for Kids Cancer raises money that goes directly toward research and new and improved pediatric cancer therapies in the U.S.
Think a bake sale can’t make a difference? Last year, the Richmond community raised more than $31,000 in just one day. In 2010, we raised more than $35,000.
With your support, and the delicious cookies baked by Daystar Desserts in Hanover, we aim to make this year an even greater success.
Who knew a cookie could be so good?
How to get involved
- Cookies will be sold in packages of three, for a suggested donation of $5. We will offer varieties including chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, sugar and white chocolate macadamia nut.
- So come join us this Saturday for a tasty celebration of life, love and chocolate chips. We’ll be at our booth in Carytown, from 10 a.m. through 4 p.m.
- If you're in downtown Richmond on Friday, look for the Winn Transportation Cookie for Kids' Cancer Trolley to buy your baked goodies.
- Review the other locations around town and spread the word via Facebook