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Still time for people to get baking in aid of Echo-backed 'Bake a Cake' campaign
2:00pm Tuesday 5th February 2013 in News
IT is not too late to get baking in aid of a charity helping bereaved children in Dorset.
Those taking part in the Echo-backed campaign ‘Bake a Cake and Support Mosaic’ are being asked to hold a cake sale on February 14 and donate the funds to Mosaic to help its work with bereaved children across the county.
Katie Hensman, Mosaic administrator, said: “It’s not too late to sign your school up to Bake a Cake and Support Mosaic this Valentine’s Day. “Many schools have registered already but Mosaic would still like more to take part. “If your school would like to join in the fun but can’t commit to the 14th, another date in February is fine. Don’t forget that the event is backed by the Echo Group of Newspapers so let us know when your sale is taking place and we will do our best to come out and cover it, or alternatively send us a photograph to publish.
Get baking to help secure Mosaic’s future providing support to bereaved children, young people and their families in Dorset.
As well as individual and family bereavement support, Mosaic organises twice yearly residential camp weekends at Leeson House in Swanage, where children are invited to try new challenges and activities, meet new friends who have also experienced bereavement, remember the special person who has died and understand it is still okay to have fun.
For details email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01258 837071.