You can support our vital work and help us reach out to more families by getting involved with a range of fundraising activities, from taking part in an event to nominating Bliss as your charity of the year at work.

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Cake A Difference for Bliss, 12-15 February 2015

Cake A Difference for Bliss, 12-15 February 2015

Thank you to everyone who took part in Cake A Difference this year, we had an amazing 200 cake sales happening up and down the country and the money raised will make a real difference to the lives of special care babies and their families so thank you!!

Next year’s Cake A Difference for Bliss will take place 12 – 15 February 2015 so fill out the form below to register and to receive your very own FREE fundraising pack when it’s ready later this year. If you have any questions or you’d like to find out more about Cake A Difference for Bliss or any of our other events pleasecall 020 7378 1122 or email

Recipes to inspire - click here for four fantastic recipes to whet your appetite and kick start your baking.

Cake a Difference - sign up 2014

Signing up is quick, easy and secure, and lets us keep you up to date with goings on. Once you've signed up you will be able to download your fundraising pack, full of tips, hints and information.
  • We need your contact address to be able to send any Bliss goodies you order, please give your details below.

  • When you know where and when you will be selling your cakes, please fill in the details below (if different to your contact address) to add a balloon to our map.

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  • Don't forget to order your free T shirts and balloons for your cake sale!

  • Are you raising funds in memory of a loved one? If you would like to find out more about setting up a tribute fund, please contact for further information.

Celebrity Cake A Difference supporters

Katy Ashworth in CAD t-shirt

“This is a shout out to all you budding bakers out there to Cake A Difference for Bliss. By baking and selling cakes in 2015, you’ll be helping raise funds to provide vital care and support to special care babies and their families.”
CBeebies presenter Katy Ashworth

Natalie sporting one of our lovely Cake A Difference t-shirts!

Emmerdale star Natalie Anderson who plays Alicia Metcalfe in the British ITV soap also supports Cake A Difference. Natalie who started her TV career as Stella Davenport in the medical drama The Royal and appeared in the stage musical Wicked in 2009, says: ‘I have always closely followed the work of Bliss, who are a charity for babies born too soon, too small and too sick and even more so after having complications when I gave birth to my son Freddie last year. Getting behind their Cake a Difference fundraising event will hopefully encourage people to make, bake and sell cakes to help raise funds for premature and sick babies and their families’

Cake A Difference 2014 Map

Here is a map of all the Cake A Difference events currently registered!

View Cake A Difference, 14-16 February 2014! in a larger map