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Meet the HearthSong Heroes and learn about the programs they support to help other kids. Congratulations to Amy and Emma-our most recent HearthSong Heroes!
Twins Amy and Emma began helping out at a local homeless shelter at the age of four. At the age of seven, after viewing a TV special on child entrepreneurs and attending a cooking camp with mom Alison, they knew that family cooking time was a bonding experience they wanted shelter families to be able to have-and that they would use their entrepreneuring skills… [read more]
Family Circle spotlights Amy and Emma’s work in this article from June 2014.
Here is an interview with Alison, previewing the 2014 Greater Cincinnati Holiday Market and its partnership with Bake Me Home.
I recently had 30 minutes of uninterrupted quiet time…gasp! Little Man and Super Hunk had set off on an adventure and I opted to hold down the fort. With a pile of laundry and a counter full of dishes, I decided to throw chores to the wind and comb through the giant stack of magazines that had accumulated. Woo hoo!
While perusing (with a toddler, reading every page is a thing of the past) the July issue of Family Circle, I stumbled upon the most captivating and refreshing story…
Catch the entire post over here. Thanks, Courtney!
Bake Me Home is a charitable organization dedicated to promoting volunteerism and providing disadvantaged moms and kids with direct services that encourage shared family experiences.
Check out the story online here, or click the image to see the paper.
Here is an article from Family Friendly Cincinnati about our upcoming 5th Annual Boutique!
Bake Me Home’s new home as reported here in neighborhood coverage of the Anderson/ Mt. Washington area of Cincinnati by Fox 19.
Here is an article about Bake Me Home’s new home in the online version of the Cincinnati Enquirer!