It doesn't matter if your cakes could grace a magazine or if your soufflé falls flat in the oven we are calling all bakers, pastry perfectionists, cupcakers, gateau gastros to join with us to say Cake That, HD!
Sign up below to register your interest in hosting your own Cake That, HD event. You will receive a free fundraising pack with lots of helpul hints and tips for hosting your Cake That, HD event.
Think up your Cake That, HD recipes and get your family, friends and colleagues involved! The more the merrier and the more who take part the more money we will raise for people affected by Huntington's disease.
If you're no Mary Berry, no problem! Why not ask a friend or family member to help you... (or you could pop to the supermarket, we won't tell anyone!)
We will send out your kit in July and it will contain everything you need to make your Cake That, HD event a success. What you'll get:
- Table banner
- Cake flags
- Leaflets about our work
- Collection box
- Poster to advertise your event
By hosting a Cake That, HD event you will be helping the thousands of people and families affected by Huntington's disease across England and Wales. Over 8000 people in the UK have Huntington’s and around 32000 are at risk of developing it. The Huntington's Disease Association provides a national support network for families and professionals, specialist publications, training and social research funding. We also raise awareness and campaign. With your help we can achieve our vision of a better life for anyone affected by Huntington’s.
For advice and support on fundraising please contact Hannah Longworth, Community Fundraiser Co-ordinator on 0151 331 5445 or e-mail: [email protected]
After your event you can pay in your funds raised by BACS transfer, cheque or a payment over the phone and please let us know you have held a Cake That, HD! event. Find out about all the ways you can pay in your fundraising money here
Please fill in your details on the form below.
If you can't host your own event, or baking isn't your thing, you can still support the Huntington's Disease Association by making a donation today.