This Valentine’s Day, BakeMeAWish.com, the premier gifting service offering award-winning cakes and cupcakes, allows customers to spread love three ways by sending a “Valentine’s Day Freedom Cake” ($75) to a loved one and Bake Me A Wish will send a cake to a Veteran in a VA Hospital here in the U.S. Alternatively, customers who spend more than $25 on BakeMeAWish.com can put in code VETERAN and Bake Me A Wish will automatically donate 20% toward sending a cake to a Veteran in a VA Hospital.
From Red Velvet, the best-selling Chocolate Mousse and Vanilla Bean, consumers can choose any cake from Bake Me A Wish’s delicious selection. Each cake features a special card informing the recipient that a cake has been sent to a veteran in their name, alongside an imprint of the American Flag.
This is an extraordinary and patriotic gesture to honor our veteran soldiers, and not the first time that BakeMeAWish.com has shown support for U.S. troops. BakeMeAWish.com began their military initiative back in 2008 by partnering with Soldiers’ Angels, an organization that provides assistance to families of enlisted soldiers, continuing support for veterans and immediate response for families of the fallen. Since then, BakeMeAWish.com, has been delivering cakes to many VA hospitals throughout the U.S. including Walter Reed in Virginia and the Veterans Hospital in the Bronx, New York, to name a few.
“You send a gift to someone you love and a Veteran is also a beneficiary of the heartfelt love this Valentine’s Day,” said Joe Dornoff, President of BakeMeAWish.com. “That’s the three-way affect.”
About Bake Me a Wish
Founded in 2004, BakeMeAWish.com is a premiere gifting service offering award-winning gourmet cakes. Each gift cake includes an imported Belgian Chocolate occasion plaque, Matching Greeting Card that can be personalized online and comes packaged in an elegant gift box. Cakes are priced between $25 and $75, including shipping, and can be sent overnight, nationwide. Giving back to the community we share is at the heart of each wish, with additional support to Friends of Island Academy – NY.