Profits from their cupcakes sold will be given to the animal welfare organisation.
For the second year in a row, The Coffee Club New Zealand is serving as the official sponsor of SPCA Cupcake Day.
From July 30 until August 6, customers can help the SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) care for more than 45,000 animals by purchasing colourful cupcakes in The Coffee Club cafes across the North and South Islands.
All profits will be given to the SPCA, which aims to hit their $320,000 target.
“We’re very proud to be supporting SPCA Cupcake Day again,” says Andy Lucas, Director of The Coffee Club. “We’re huge animal lovers and know that a lot of our customers are as well. It means a lot to be able to help vulnerable animals across New Zealand. Buying a cupcake is an easy way for our customers to join in and help a great cause while enjoying a sweet treat at the same time.”
“With the help of The Coffee Club and its customers, the SPCA will be able to provide vital care to neglected animals across New Zealand. As well as saving lives, the money from cupcake sales will be used to care for the animals in our shelters as they wait to find their forever home,” SPCA CEO Andrea Midgen adds.
The Coffee Club has 63 cafes and restaurants throughout New Zealand supporting SPCA Cupcake Day.
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