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Food

No Cookie Left Behind Benefit Bakesale Returns on Sunday

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For those who like their goodie-getting to do some good, save room in your belly and budget for a visit to the fifth annual No Cookie Left Behind bakesale which is happening this Sunday, June 19th, from 2-5 p.m. at the original Scoops at Heliotrope and Melrose. The money goes to Share Our Strength, the organization that works to fight childhood hunger in the U.S.

This year, among the many treats for sale will be baked goods and other bites from local pro bakeries and chefs like Proof Bakery, Kiss My Bundt, JAM Vegan Bakery, The Granola Project, Full Moon Pickles, Isabella’s Cookie Company, Cake Monkey Bakery, and Large Marge Sustainables, as well as many more.

There's also a raffle for nabbing some great prizes from donors like Bittersweet Treats, SporkFoods, The Golden State Cafe, Heath Ceramics, and the Los Angeles Dodgers.

More info available via their Facebook page and Twitter.