Join us on Saturday, August 4 from 10am-2pm all over the Austin (and beyond) as we sell our best baked goodies. Our citywide charity bake sale will be raising funds to support and reunite immigrant and refugee families at the border via RAICES Texas.
- Eldorado Cafe – 3300 W Anderson Ln #303, Austin, TX 78757
- Crema Bakery & Cafe – 9001 Brodie Ln B3, Austin, TX 78748
- Valentina’s Tex Mex BBQ – 11500 Manchaca Rd, Austin, TX 78748
- Jo’s Coffee – 1300 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704
- Bennu Coffee – 2001 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Austin, Texas 78702
- Hops and Grain – 507 Calles Street, Austin, Texas 78702
- El Taquito – 130 Louis Henna Blvd, Round Rock, TX 78664
Not able to make it out in person? Donate at The Big Bake Sale’s fundraising page.
Learn more at www.thebigbakesale.org
About RAICES Texas:
Right now, RAICES is collecting funds to help reunite families separated by the administration’s current zero tolerance policy. From the RAICES web site: Parents separated from their children at the border (and other immigrants placed in detention) can’t get released from ICE custody to reunite with their families until they pay the full amount of their immigration bond. Bonds are set at a MINIMUM of $1500, and are usually in the range of $5-10K, even for asylum seekers without any criminal history. Unlike in the criminal system, bail bond companies either do not help people in immigration proceedings or impose very strict requirements, like private ankle monitors (which families have to pay to “rent”). Learn more at https://www.raicestexas.org