NDCS: The National Deaf Children's Society
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Organise a Big Cake Bake for Deaf Awareness Week (2-8) May

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What is a Big Cake Bake?

A Big Cake Bake can be held at any time of the year.

It can be as big or small as you like. Whether it is at home, at your local club or at work it's all about having fun with friends, family and colleagues whilst raising money for deaf children and young people.

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How do I get involved?

Hosting your own Big Cake Bake is, well, a piece of cake.

1. Organise and promote your event
2. Get baking!
3. Host your event - ask for a donation for a slice of cake
4. Pay in your dough
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Everything you need

Along with our free Big Cake Bake Kit you'll have access to:

  • celebrity and staff favourite recipes
  • press release template
  • Order form for extra fundraising materials like bunting and t-shirts.
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Paying in your fundraising

How to get the dough you have raised into us.

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Show us your cakes

Be in with a chance of winning the 'Best Decorated Cake 2016' prize kindly donated by Sass & Belle.

Post your cake photos to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #MyNDCSbake.

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Your Big Cake Bakers stories

Top hints and tips on how to make your Big Cake Bake a success!