Tomorrow is SWEET! Eloise cupcakes are BACK (and better than ever) at The Cake Box in Ridgefield and Westport in honor of Eloise and Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
Wednesdays just got sweeter. Eloise cupcakes will be available at The Cake Box in Ridgefield and Westport every Wednesday for the next FOUR weeks with proceeds being donated to CureSearch. Look for the yummy cupcakes topped with the Eloise purple flower.
The cupcakes are named in honor Beth Butler's niece, Eloise, who passed away from Rhabdomyosarcoma in 2010. The purple flower is inspired by Eloise’s artwork and her love of flowers. Read more about Eloise and honor her legacy by making a donation HERE.
"Come support the fight against childhood cancer in the sweetest way," says Butler, brainchild behind Eloise cupcakes.
Butler and her family are dedicated to helping build awareness and to raise necessary funds for lifesaving research to help other families impacted by childhood cancer.
Butler’s family organized the first CureSearch community fundraising walk in Delaware in 2010 and Ridgefield was home to a CureSearch fundraising walk in 2011. Since then, Butler has engaged in fundraising hikes and local community outreach projects - all with a mission to find a cure for childhood cancer.
CureSearch for Children’s Cancer uses 95% of every dollar received to support children’s cancer research and educational resources for parents and families. For more information, visit www.curesearch.org.
The Cake Box is located at 1 Big Shop Lane in Ridgefield and 10 Bay Street in Westport.
"Come out and support the cause on Wednesday. A sweet way to make a difference in the lives of families and children impacted by cancer!" says Butler.
You can make a donation to CureSearch in honor of Eloise HERE.