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Macy’s Union Square In San Francisco Hosts Kara’s Cupcakes Cupcake Decorating Class For Raphael House

(Photo Credit: www.sfgate.com)

(Photo Credit: www.sfgate.com)

Come join Kara Lind from Kara’s Cupcakes for a chocolate peppermint cupcake decorating class hosted by Macy’s. All of the proceeds will benefit Raphael House, a safe house for low income or homeless families who are in need of help getting back on their feet.

Kara’s Cupcakes was founded by pastry chef Kara Lind, who has been known for her sweet tooth her whole life. Since 2006, Kara’s Cupcakes has donated over $4.5 million to the community and local charities. There are eight locations for Kara’s Cupcakes in the Bay Area, and also a retail store.

Since 1971, Raphael House has helped at risk and low income families achieve stable housing and financial independence. It is a privately funded organization , with a success rate of 85 percent of families going into long term stability in both finance and housing.

The class will provide all of the supplies for the decorating so you will be able to follow along, and decorate your cupcakes to take home.

WHEN: Saturday, December 6, 2014 from 12 – 2 p.m.

WHERE:
Macys Union Square
Cellar Kitchen, lower level
170 O’Farrell St.
San Francisco, CA, 94102
Ph. 415-397-3333

TICKETS:
Please click here to purchase tickets.

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(Photo Credit: www.yelp.com)

 

 

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