Cake Festival

The much anticipated 9th annual edition Cake Festival event will go down tomorrow at the t the Kenya Wildlife Services Head Quarters on Langata Road.

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Organised by Edumed Trust, celebrity chefs Raphael (who was recently featured on CNN’s African Voices) and Hashnunish Sultan take each other in the 2018 Cake Festival.

This coming Saturday 16th come and experience sweetness at the Cake Festival. Get your advance tickets and enjoy a 400bob discount compared to the gate charges! See you there

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Endumed Trust is a registered Kenyan Christian Charitable Trust founded in 1996, with the
objective of supporting bright students from needy families with secondary school

The main objectives of the Cake Festival event include: Raise funds for bright needy students’ secondary school scholarships

Raise funds for bright needy students’ secondary school scholarships

Provide bakers a platform to showcase their edible creations

 Offer Kenyans a chance to meet new and reliable bakers as they discover cake trends
and varieties

Raise the Baking standards in the country as well as provided a platform to validate
participating bakers through the Annual Baking Competitions

Become the baking industry platform- platform to link supplies and users under one

The event will see children aged 6-13 showcase of their baking skills and the top three bakers will have a live baking competition to be judged by a panel of judges.

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The winner will walk with Sh 130, 000.

The cause

All proceeds from The Cake Festival go to support secondary school education of bright needy
students in Kenya through Edumed Trust.

The Trust has touched lives of 389 students and presently supports 66 students (34 boys: 32 girls) in over 56 secondary schools countrywide and aims to support 100 in 2018.

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