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University Cupcake Connection

December and the next few months are an exciting time between us and the University of Guelph. We are collaborating in so many ways, and we couldn’t be happier! Having attended UoG for my undergraduate degree, I spent many years on campus as a student, and later as a Central Student Association (CSA) staff member. […]

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Go Storm Go! A Sweet Sporting Collaboration

Guelph Storm Logo

Growing up, I spent many hours of my childhood winters in cold arenas all over Southern Ontario watching my older brother’s hockey games and practices, or on the couch in the evenings with my grandfather watching NHL games. Hockey was a big pastime for my family and I can say it is a favourite sport […]

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Free Cupcakes in Guelph – Caring Community Card

  Do you want free cupcakes? Have you been volunteering in our community? As an extended THANK YOU – we are happy to partner with the Volunteer Centre of Guelph-Wellington for a second consecutive year, as they launch for April 2013 their Caring Community Card. In 2012 we had many customers use their cards to BOGO […]

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Give Back Village

Cupcakery Giving Back

 Shop Online. Support Our Community. This is the slogan for a brand new online shopping portal that launches this weekend, online Sunday, March 3, 2013. When Kate from Give Back Village (GBV) and I connected at the end of last summer about this exciting new grassroots initiative – I couldn’t be more excited. This new concept can […]

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National Cupcake Day

Doggie Cupcakes - Supporting the Guelph Humane Society as they celebrate National Cupcake Day February 25

As a small business owner, I understand strength in community  – and take responsibility to give back. When I received a Twitter direct message in January about February 25: National Cupcake Day from the Guelph Humane Society – I had a few thoughts. At first, I recognized that I had committed to supporting the Kiwanis […]

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