Coeur d’Alene bakery raises money to support Panhandle Autism Society
COEUR d’ALENE, Idaho — The Village Bakery is a home-owned and operated bakery that provides pastries, cakes, desserts and more while helping those in the community with special needs find employment and job skills.
A few months ago, they decided to make hot cocoa bombs to help the Panhandle Autism Society and they’ve been a huge hit.
Right now they have about, 900 to make and have raised about $3,000.
Employees and volunteers have been helping out to make the bombs, but because there are so many, any future orders will probably come by February.
But there is a GoFundMe up on the Village Bakery Facebook Page, where you can support their goal.
For more information you can visit the Facebook Page, email the owner at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (208) 446-4860.
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