A BAKE sale hosted by Home Instead Solihull has raised £230 for its charity foundation which funds activities and groups for older people.
The bake sale was hosted by the local home care company outside of their office on Hockley Court in Hockley Heath.
Enjoying the lovely weather, caregivers, family, friends, and local businesses flocked to enjoy an assortment of baked goods, that were kindly donated by Nifty Neels Bakery, Tesco Monskpath, Fountains Care Home, Sue-perb Angel Cakes and For Goodness Cake.
The community gave generously, and Home Instead was delighted to raise £230.
The money raised will be donated to Home Instead Charities, formerly known as the Bring Joy Foundation.
The charity provides grants to local community initiatives, enabling activities and support for older people, including local dementia cafés, day trips and interactive activities.
David Dunn, owner of Home Instead Solihull, said: “I would like to say a huge thank you to everyone for such a great turnout at our bake sale.
“Thanks to your generosity, we raised an amazing £230 for Home Instead Charities- a great foundation whose grants really do make a difference in the local community, allowing older people to enjoy activities and groups.
“I would also like to say a huge thank you to my team who worked hard to make this possible, not forgetting Nifty Neels Bakery, Tesco Monskpath, Fountains Care Home, Sue-perb Angel Cakes and For Goodness Cake who very kindly donated cakes.”
To find out more about Home Instead Solihull call 01564 330 395 or visit https://www.homeinstead.co.uk/solihull/.