Yesterday we held our biggest ever bake sale at Bliss Head Office, raising over £600 for special care babies.
Bake for Bliss is now underway and sales will be held across the country until Sunday 15 February.
Luke Cameron popped in to the offices to sell cakes and pastries, capping off a week spent with Bliss as part of ‘The Nicest Job in Britain’. Over the course of the year, he will be visiting charities across the country and blogging about his experience.
During his time with us, Luke saw first-hand the support Bliss nurses and volunteers provide to the families of babies in special care, and met trustees and regional staff.
While in London, he met staff and spoke with chief executive of Bliss, Caroline Davey, to hear about her passion for her new role, and her plans for the future.
Luke Cameron, author of ‘The Good Deed Diary’, said: “I had great fun selling cakes for Bake for Bliss and it topped off a fantastic week. Over the course of the week, I have been struck by the passion and enthusiasm of Bliss’ staff and the inspirational volunteers who work tirelessly to help others.”
To read Luke’s latest blog post about his time with Bliss, please visit: bit.ly/1B5MUpG.
For more information on Bliss’ annual bake sale, Bake for Bliss, and to find an event in your area, please visit: www.bliss.org.uk/Event/bake.