Causes

Baking for Good is committed to supporting great causes that our customers care about. When you order baked goods from our website, you can support a cause that has important meaning for you or for your recipients. Every month we donate to nonprofits that are making a difference within each category. We use nominations from our customers as well as rating systems like Charity Navigator to determine which nonprofits to support each month. We always welcome your suggestions for causes and organizations to support, so please feel free to email us at causes@bakingforgood.com with your ideas. You can also visit our FAQs to learn about why we’ve changed our donation model, and visit our blog to read about some of the nonprofits we have supported in previous months.

Our Causes:

  • Animals

    Organizations that advance the well-being of animals. In previous months we have supported organizations like the ASPCA, African Wildlife Foundation, Friends of the National Zoo, and PAWS NY.

  • Arts

    Organizations that support and advance arts education and cultural development. In previous months we have supported organizations like Lincoln Center Theater, Free Arts NYC, and Artists for Humanity.

  • Children

    Organizations that promote the well-being of children and youth. In previous months we have supported organizations like Feed My Starving Children and Camp Sunshine.

  • Community

    Organizations that are small in scale and operate within a limited geographic region within the United States. In previous months we have supported organizations like Chelmsford Center for the Arts in Massachusetts and Connor’s Kindness in Pennsylvania.

  • Disaster Relief

    Organizations that aid relief and recovery efforts in times of need. In previous months we have supported organizations like International Rescue Committee and MercyCorps.

  • Economic Development

    Organizations that invest in social enterprises and work to reduce the gap between rich and poor. In previous months we have supported organizations like Acumen Fund and Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship.

  • Education

    Organizations that help children and teachers reach their true potential. In previous months we have supported organizations like First Book, Kids In Need Foundation, and DonorsChoose.org.

  • Environment

    Organizations that protect and beautify our world. In previous months we have supported organizations like Keep America Beautiful and Wildlife Conservation Society.

  • Health

    Organizations that work to fight disease, improve health, and aid those affected by illness. In previous months we have supported organizations like the American Cancer Society and Partners In Health.

  • Human Rights

    Organizations that protect the fundamental rights of human beings around the world. In previous months we have supported organizations like Firelight Foundation and Polaris Project.

  • Hunger

    Organizations that fight hunger and starvation in our communities and around the world. In previous months we have supported organizations like Action Against Hunger and City Harvest.

  • International

    Organizations that pursue activities to relieve suffering, promote well-being, protect the environment, or undertake community development in foreign countries. In previous months we have supported Aid for Africa, MercyCorps, and Action Against Hunger.

  • Veterans

    Organizations that provide support to our troops and their families. In previous months we have supported organizations like Special Operations Warrior Foundation.

  • Women

    Organizations that advance the rights of women in our communities and around the world. In previous months we have supported Women for Women International and Global Fund for Women.

  • Young Philanthropy

    Organizations run by and geared toward young people, inspiring the next generation to be active and philanthropic. In previous months we have supported Do Something, Pencils of Promise, and She’s the First.