Bake Sale For Japan: Saturday, April 2, 2011

*Updated 4/7/11* Current national total is $124,120.38!

When: Saturday, April 2, 2011, 10:00am - 2:00pm

Where: Ula Cafe, 284 Amory Street, Jamaica Plain, MA

Why: To raise money for Peace Winds Japan. Peace Winds Japan (PWJ) is an NGO (Non-Governmental Organization), dedicated to the support of people in distress, threatened by conflict, poverty, or other turmoil. With its headquarters in Japan, PWJ has been active in various parts of the world.

Contact: Tara Bellucci,

For those of you in the Boston area, please come down and buy some treats and help raise money for a good cause. I'll be donating scones!

What's happening in Japan is a catastrophe of such epic proportions that I don't think I can even begin to comprehend what the people there are going through. I texted a donation to the Red Cross, but wanted to do something more. Last year I donated scones for an online bake sale raising money for Haiti. So when I heard about the Bake Sale For Japan, I was more than happy to pitch in.

This event is part of a nationwide effort with simultaneous bake sales happening at bakeries all over the country. For more information about the Bake Sale For Japan locations, please take a look here.

*Updated 4/1/2011* There is another Boston area location: Upstairs On The Square, 91 Winthrop St., Harvard Square, Cambridge.

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Anonymous said…
wow this is an awesome post! thanks for this, uhm would tracking time for this sale be important? like maybe the time tracking app from tsheets that im using can be of help. anyway love your blogs!
This is a wonderful idea Analai!!!
Lisa Johnson said…
anonymous - Welcome and thanks for the sweet words! Not sure about the time tracking app. You'd need to speak to one of the people in charge of the event.

bellini valli - I hope we can make plenty of sales!
Tera said…
How awesome! I hope a lot of people show up...Good Luck!
Suldog said…
That's mighty cool. I wish there were more locations.
Lisa Johnson said…
tera - Thanks! Hopefully!

suldog - I guess it was up to business owners to provide the space and for people to volunteer to work the space. This was the one for Boston. It's actually fairly easy to get to though, even from Quincy.

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