Bakers across the United States are rallying together to fight antisemitism and support the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center. 

The brainchild of food Instagram bloggers, Whitney Fisch (@whitneyfisch), Lindsey Love (@dollyandoatmeal), and Leah Koenig (@leahkoenig), “Bake a Stand: Bake to End Antisemitism” is an international fundraiser led by professional and amateur bakers who aim to raise awareness about issues of antisemitism while raising money for the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust and Humanity Center.

People will have the opportunity to purchase baked goods through Instagram from bakers and foodies who have signed up to participate or they can purchase items via Instagram auctions from their favorite Jewish chefs such as Adeena Sussman, Jake Cohen, Sam Adler (@frostingandfettuccine), Amy Kritzer (@whatjewwannaeat), or Danielle Oron (@iwillnoteatoysters), to name a few.

The bake sale will take place June 6 to 13. Each individual baker is responsible for determining what they’ll bake, what to charge, and how the baked goods will be delivered to your customer. After the end of the sales on Sunday, the final tally will be done to see how much was raised with bakers sharing totals as well as receipts of their donations so that participants can feel confident knowing that their funds went directly to support The Holocaust and Humanity Center.

You can also donate directly to the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center below.

  Your support makes it possible for HHC to:

  • Provide funding so all students, regardless of economic circumstances, can visit HHC’s museum
  • Give educators the tools and resources they need to effectively teach about the Holocaust
  • Send traveling exhibits to isolated communities
  • Create innovative programming to engage the community in the history of the Holocaust


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