The Friendship Circle "Pop-Up" Bakery

Mission 

The mission of The Friendship Circle Pop Up Bakery is to provide an employment opportunity for our adult members in which they are able to develop, enhance, and market their baking skills while interfacing with community members. We aim to provide adult participants with an opportunity to gain workplace skills, earn a fair wage, and experience a sense of independence that a job can bring, all in an accessible space with the necessary supports. Friendship Circle members will work alongside community participants to produce quality and appealing items and to sustain the initiative. 

Bakery Order Form  

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Bakery Feedback Form 

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Bakery Interest Form 

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Financial donations are the most direct way to support Friendship Circle. Please consider making a donation to keep our Circle growing!

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Recent blog posts

Not for Prophet

A WEEKLY TORAH THOUGHT FROM RABBI MORDY We read a very interesting episode in this week’s Torah portion (Parshat Balak) regarding Balak, a king who feared the Jewish people and therefore hired Bala’am, a prophet, to curse them. Bala’am was unable to do so because, in keeping with the rules of prophecy, he opened his mouth and was only able… Read More

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Weekly Roundup: July 19, 2024

Summer Meet & Greet Members got together for cozy crafts and a fabulous candy bar to enjoy a hot summer day this week on Monday afternoon. Alia really enjoyed playing Headbandz with Reese and getting some cotton candy. Toby loved trying the different flavors of lollipops. Micah and Pearl made some magazine collages and vision boards with interesting artwork and cool… Read More

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Have a Cow

A WEEKLY TORAH THOUGHT FROM RABBI MORDY In this week’s Torah portion, Parshas Chukas, we learn about the Red Heifer, the elusive “Red Cow,” which, without getting into too many details, has the ability through its slaughter to purify the otherwise ritually impure. It is fitting that this law take place in this Parsha; the name “Chukas” refers to the… Read More

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