Cupcake Crawl for Angels’ Arms

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - You've heard of pub crawls, sometimes they're done for fun, sometimes for charity. If you've got a sweet-tooth, then we've got the event for you! Go on a cupcake crawl to benefit Cardinals Care!

Erika Frank, owner of the Cup, tells us all about this fun idea happening one day only, this Saturday, August 6th, from 10 AM to 4 PM! The Cup and Cardinals Care have joined together to present a Cupcake Crawl benefiting Angels' Arms. The collaboration began last year when the Cup became the "favorite cupcake of the St. Louis Cardinals and Cardinals Care."

Angels' Arms is a St. Louis organization that provides and supports loving homes for foster children by keeping brothers and sisters together within a nurturing family until a forever home is found.

The Cup's three local shops will each create a unique cupcake to sell on August 6, with 100% of the cupcake sales benefiting Angels' Arms. The Central West End location is cooking up a buckeye cupcake (chocolate and peanut butter), the Chesterfield store is creating a luau cupcake (pineapple, strawberry and coconut), and the store in Edwardsville is making the bananas foster (banana, pecan, cinnamon and caramel).

Visit all 3 shops with your Cupcake Crawl passport for a chance to win 4 tickets to a 2017 Cardinals game and field passes. Visit the Cup CWE and sign-up for the Cardinals Care race! We will have a raffle at each location. The baskets are valued at $500 and featured gifts from the Cup, Cardinals, Kendra Ccott and the Muny.

Learn more about the Cupcake Crawl, visit