Visitors to the third floor of the Student Memorial Building this afternoon (Thursday, Oct. 12) will come across a sweet fundraiser.
The Breast Cancer Awareness bake sale organized by WNMU’s Student Social Work Association boasts a table full of brownies, cupcakes, rice crispy treats, nachos and cookies baked with extra love.
“I watched the baker sift ingredients into this cookie dough,” said Amaris Fay, the MSW student who serves as the Vice President of WNMU’s Student Social Work Association.
Fay’s friend Myrna Collins owns an Arizona bakery and donated six dozen of her handmade cookies to the Breast Cancer Awareness bake sale.
Whether oatmeal raisin or chocolate chip cookie, they sell for $0.50 each or three for $1. Half of the proceeds from the Breast Cancer Awareness bake sale go to support those with breast cancer, and half go to support the Student Social Work Association.
Amaris said everyone should stop by and indulge in a decadent treat or at least buy a little pink swag–a boobie ball or a sporty wrist band–to support both cancer patients and the Student Social Work Association.