• Darlin' Duree Cupcake:  This is a cupcake dedicated to Mònica's late aunt Duree, who bravely battled Breast Cancer for 9 years.  We bring this cupcake back for Breast Cancer Awareness month in October and sometimes other times of the year to honor those who are fighting or have fought this awful disease.  Every penny made from these cupcakes goes directly to local families affected with Breast Cancer.


  • Hospice:  We often donate cakes, cupcakes, and cake pops to local Hospice houses for the families and patients.  We have also donated to numerous events given by Hospice.
  • SPLAT! to school:  Before school starts in August, we have an event where we encourage customers to bring in a book bag filled with school supplies to be donated to local students who can't afford them.  Over the last two years, we have watched the community and other local businesses gt involved and we were able to donate over 150 book bags filled with various supplies to the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club and local Elementary Schools.

 

  • End It Movement:  This is a nationwide event where a specific day is set aside to raise awareness of modern day slavery.  On this day, a portion of all proceeds is donated to local ministries and safe-houses for women and children involved in sex trafficking.  We have special t-shirts made for this event in which every penny is donated.  We post the horrifying facts of modern day slavery all over the store and outside windows in order to educate the community about what is happening in our own cities.  Also, Local musicians and artists, as well as people in the community come together to donate their time and talents to provide activities, music and food.  Each year we are blown away and the involvement and support from our community.
  • Relay for life and Cancer Services:  We donate cake pops and cupcakes to their annual event every year.  We also designate days in which we donate a percentage of the profit to Relay for Life.
  • Santa Claus:  For the past three years, we have had  special Santa that comes to the shop right before Christmas.  Every year, this is a big deal for the community.  The kids are lined up to sit and talk to santa throughout the day.  We have, on numerous occasions, had customers call at the beginning of December to make sure he was still coming.  This has become a tradition to many families in the community each year.
  • McAdenville (2011-2014):  Each year in December the traffic for the famous McAdenville Christmas lights lined up in front of our store.  We used this opportunity to put on our festive Christmas hats, crank up some fun, upbeat Christmas music, and go out to the cars (sometimes waiting hours to view the lights) and serve them coffee, hot chocolate, and cupcakes.   This was such a great time for the staff and it gave the people waiting something to look forward to (and laugh at :)).