Corner Bakery Gives Back to Celebrate Fall

    Industry News | September 15, 2020

    Guests at Corner Bakery can support Habitat for Humanity this season while they enjoy the return of the popular bakery cafe’s fall-inspired menu items.

    Beginning Tuesday, Corner Bakery is bringing back fall bundts and coffee beverages in conjunction with launching an in-store and online fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity – a global nonprofit housing organization that brings people together to build homes, community and hope. Guests who donate help families partner with Habitat to build strength, stability and self-reliance through affordable homeownership.

    When ordering online, guests will have the opportunity to add a $1, $5 or $10 donation to Habitat for Humanity to their cart. For in-store purchases, cashiers will ask each guest to round up their transaction to the next dollar in support of the fundraiser. Donations are tax-free and all funds raised will be donated to Habitat.

    Additionally, for a limited time, guests can delight in kitchen-crafted, freshly baked seasonal bundt cakes:

    Candied Pecan Baby Bundt Cakes – Choice of Maple Pecan Pumpkin or Caramel Pecan Chocolate – also available by the half-dozen, making it the perfect individual dessert for any occasion.

    Corner Bakery will also offer two delicious, refreshing drinks featuring a White Chocolate Mint flavor profile perfect for moving into a festive time of year.

    “We are very proud to support Habitat for Humanity,” says Donna Josephson, senior vice president and chief marketing officer of Corner Bakery. “Now more than ever, a family’s need of stable housing and shelter is paramount to build strong communities. We invite our guests to get involved in our joint effort to build a world where everyone has a place to call home as they delight in some of our seasonal sensations.”

    Guests and team members’ safety is top priority at Corner Bakery. All employees are required to wear a mask and gloves during their shifts. Social distancing is enforced through markers on the floors, and where dine-in is allowed, seating is appropriately distanced. Many cafes have patio seating and/or offer curbside pickup, and all offer takeout, delivery, and catering.

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