2016 Bake Sale Rock Stars &
Top Fundraisers


Thank you for your hard work! Congratulations on your Bake Sale success!

Through Team No Kid Hungry, we are providing innovative hunger solutions in communities across America, implementing solutions that break down the barriers that keep kids from the healthy food they need to thrive. It is important work. It is necessary work. And you are an integral part of its success.

2016 Bake Sale for No Kid Hungry Top Ten Fundraising Teams*

Top 5 Individual Fundraising Teams

Gina Reardon
2016 Bake Sale for No Kid Hungry: Kansas City

Jessica Reinmann, Holly Blum and Allison Spiegel
The Great Chappaqua Bake Sale

Martha May Fink
Martha May's 10th Annual Bake Sale 

Brenda Duncan
Insuring Against Hunger 

Erin Elliott
Baked with Love

Top 5 Company Fundraising Teams

Domino Sugar/C&H Sugar

W.R Grace
GRACE HealthMatters


Microsemi's Bake Sale for No Kid Hungry 2016

Quotient No Kid Hungry

*As of 2.21.17




2016 Bake Sale Rock Stars

Members of the Bake Sale Rock Stars, our club for top fundraising bake sale teams, raised more than $1,000 with their bake sale efforts. Do you want to be a Rock Star, but need help with your bake sale? Email us at bakesale@strength.org and we will help you reach your goal.

Congratulations to all the 2016 Bake Sale Rock Stars! Way to go!*

  • Kristine Palmer, MM and the Geoff Brown team
  • Linda Strohmeyer, Tuxedo Park
  • Winnie Westcott, Westcott Family & Friends
  • Michele Mehrtens, 2016 Stifel "Dough for Kids" Bake Sale
  • Tyler Zager,TZ Treats
  • NY Office, MSCI Inc.
  • Elizabeth Elliott, Bake Away Hunger
  • Juan De Dios Garcia, Arthur Murray Bake Sale
  • Amy Murray, Amcor Batavia, IL
  • Erin Jackson, Chef-Driven Bake Sale for No Kid Hungry
  • Cathy Malin, Fairlington 4th of July
  • Monika Brown, Butter Cake Bonanza
  • Monica Carrie, ASPIRE ERG - White Plains & Purchase NY
  • Pina Dapra, Pina and Layla's Bake Sale
  • Maggie and Dan Conway, Dan Conway and Friends Bake Sale
  • Anna Chalnick, Anna Bakes
  • Juliet Wolfe, Miss Wolfe's Kinders Care
  • Isabella Bowers, Izzy's Cupcake Warriors
  • Marie Wiehler, Garrett, Damon and Jason Stop Hunger Bake Sale
  • Robin Salverson, Salverson Family's Great American Bake Sale
  • Susan Hopkins, PwC (2016)
  • Anaithe Marroquin, Ken's Halloween Bake Sale
  • Amy Crowell, Concierge Society of Atlanta Bake Sale Auction
  • Victoria Hayes, Lamborghini Broward
  • Max Pfeiffer, Max's 2nd Annual Bake Sale
  • Darlene Laurita, Seaview Orthopaedics
  • Ashlyn Moerloos, Cooking Matters NH
  • Lynn Ogard, Ellipse/E2 Bake Sale
  • Judt Kemmerer, Asbury UMC Bake Sale
  • Michelle Harris, Baked Goods for Dad
  • Adele Edelman, Drivers Love Kids
  • Chris Louis Sardella, Day School Bake Sale for No Kid Hungry
  • Becki Jones, Grand Lux Cafe
  • Sophie Edwards, Sophie's Sweets and Taylor's Treats for No Kid Hungry
  • Juliana Tarter, No Kid Hungry Bake Sale and Benefit Concert
  • Miss United States National Title Holders
  • Nicole Macedo, The Cookie Momsters
  • Laura Hensley, Brownie Troop 20275 No Kid Hungry Bake Sale
  • Gail Fitzpatrick, Dylan and Caitlin's SOS Bake Sale
  • Isis Wright, Rotary Interact Club at ICS Bake Sale
  • Sharon Sherman, St. Scholastica School
  • Jennifer Chu, Bayside High School
  • Lisa Hier, Lisa's Ending Hunger One Treat At A Time

*As of 2.21.17

Principal McElhaney from Maryland started an innovative breakfast program at his school three years ago with the help of the No Kid Hungry campaign. He is witnessing the effects of kids accessing a healthy breakfast every day.

Through the First Class Breakfast Initiative, Maryland Meals for Achievement and other efforts, the number of kids eating a free or reduced-price school breakfast daily in Maryland increased by more than 30,000 students between 2010 and 2012. More than 130 Maryland schools have moved breakfast out of the cafeteria in order to make it part of the school day, an innovative way to maximize participation among eligible students.

The Arkansas No Kid Hungry campaign is connecting more kids to the summer meals program as part of our strategy to end childhood hunger. Since 2010, the number of summer meals sites across the state has increased from 435 sites to more than 580 sites in 2012. During this time, the number of summer meals served to kids during the summer increased by more than 730,000 – a 41 percent increase.

To learn more about the work being done through No Kid Hungry, visit nokidhungry.org/our-impact.