The Sweetest Event in Rhode Island for 8 Years and Counting

Rhode Island Bakes for Breast Cancer is an annual culinary event that raises money for breast cancer research. This year’s event will take place the week of October 7th - 13th, 2022. Love dessert? Want to support a worthy cause? Read on to learn how you can get involved.

I’m a chef or culinary artist

Calling all chefs, pastry chefs, and culinary artists! Looking for an easy way to give back while getting positive press for your food establishment? Bakes for Breast Cancer would love to partner with you.  There are two ways you can participate in the week-long event:
  1. Offer a signature dessert and donate 100% of sales to Bakes for Breast Cancer.
  2. Donate 50% of sales from your dessert menu (and be listed as a Gold Level participant.)
We’ve raised close to $2 million so far with our Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer campaigns — and you can help us gain similar sweet victories in Rhode Island.

I’m a person who loves eating dessert

Calling everyone with a sweet tooth! If you love restaurant week, you’ll love Rhode Island Bakes. Not only can you taste signature desserts from some of the best restaurants, cafes, grocery stores, and ice cream shops in the state of Rhode Island, but your purchase also funds breast cancer research. 

There are two ways you can participate in the week-long event:

  1. Visit any of the participating restaurants between October 7-13 and buy a dessert. 
  2. Shop online and have a dessert sent to your home. Delivery services like Grubhub, DoorDash, and Uber Eats are another option.

Take a look at some of the signature desserts from past events. Is your mouth watering yet?

The Rhode Island Bakes for Breast Cancer event funds researchers like Dr. Shom Goel

“It is not an overstatement to say that we could not have done that work without you. Moreover, that work is what has opened doors for me professionally, allowing me to open my own lab where we will pursue these ideas in the years to come. Thank you so much for your support!”

-Shom Goel, MD, oncology specialist