Local pastry chefs ‘gather for good’ for Bake & Gather charity event

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Saturday, April 15, Pastry chef Mathew Rice will host a pop-up event named Bake and Gather, aiming to raise money for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Missouri and the International Institute of St. Louis. The free event will feature pastries, coffee, tea, cakes, etc. from a variety of the local pastry elite and all sales will benefit the two charities.

“We need to come together as a St. Louis community – show a sign of solidarity that all are welcome,” Rice explains. “Nothing brings people together like sweets.”

Bake and Gather is a national initiative launched in Los Angeles with the mission to inspire others to make a difference through simple actions in their community. Their motto: “Gather for Good.”

Pastry chef Mathew Rice joins us for more sweets and treats as well as more on his upcoming event, Bake & Gather.

For more information, visit www.andgatherfood.com. Also, follow Bake and Gather on Instagram and use the hashtag, #bettertogether.

Niche Food Group’s Bake and Gather
Saturday, April 15
10 am to 2 pm
1013 McCausland Avenue next to the Hi-Pointe Theater

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