46 days ago

Fundraiser Naked Baker :) ITAV

Maria from Leeston

Dont Forget to get your order in!!! 🥰🥰

The Naked Baker Pie Fundraiser for It Takes A Village Hub NZ

All money raised is going to the baby and toddler bundles department, to purchase consumables like nappies, wipes and shower / bath products, that we don’t get many donated from and also other items, like tooth brushes, dummies, new bottles, etc.

This is what we have available for this years naked baker fundraiser:

Delicious family sized pies for $8 each in range of savoury and sweet flavours:
• Chicken, cream cheese and chilli
• Mince, cheese and relish
• Vegetarian
• Mince
• Steak
• Apple
• Apricot
• Apple crumble
• Apple boysenberry
• Boysenberry and apple crumble

- For each $8 pie sold we make $2.60 for our ITAV

Amazing Pizza Slabs for $7 with a great range :
Apricot Chicken
BBQ Meat Lovever
Canterbury Lamb & Mint
Whacky Chicken & Pesto
Funky Chorizo & Creamed Corn
Chicken Craving
Vegetarian Harvest
Crazy Hot Chicken

For each $7 pizza sold we make $2.10 for our ITAV

Get ready for Easter with Hot Cross Buns for $5.50

For each $5.50 pie sold we make $2.00 for our ITAV

-Orders and payment due by 12pm 24th of March
-Collection day Wednesday 8th of April. Just in time for the Easter Weekend

We have several different collection points throughout Christchurch and greater surroundings.
Main collection point will be in Southshore.

The other collection points are below.

Upper Riccarton

Some areas delivery is possible aswell. Please let us know what area you are in and if you are able to collect from one of the above collection points.

Please share this with your family and friends.
Can be ordered through It Takes A village Hub Team member or by contacting us by email

Thank you for your support!

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