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Ways we give back:

DreamScape Desserts gives back to our community in a variety of ways.


12 Months of Giving

Each month we donate a percentage of one week's sales to a non-profit organization that is helping to change the lives of people in our community. Please see below for out 2020 calendar of sales.  You can click on each picture to find out more about the corresponding organization and how you can help. 


In-Kind Donation Partners

We partner with these organizations to help with desserts, etc. for a variety of events throughout the year.


Local Giving

If you are a local non-profit in need of support, we encourage you to use the contact form on this page to let us know how we can help. While our cash donations are limited to our 12 Months of Giving, we can certainly give in other ways as well. We offer gift certificate for prizes, auction baskets, discounts on orders, etc. 





12 Months of giving - 2020 Calendar

January

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The Comstock Park Drama Club is an extracurricular program that educates students in the theatrical arts. On the stage or behind the scenes, everyone has a place and is welcome! 

February

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At Rory’s Journey, we are helping KIDS beat cancer. We are committed to spreading awareness and being a voice for kids with cancer. We know it’ll take a community to find a cure. 

March

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 Gilda’s Club Grand Rapids provides free emotional healthcare to children, adults, families, and friends on any kind of cancer journey or those grieving the death of someone in their life due to any cause. 

April

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 Feeding America West Michigan is one of seven member food banks located in Michigan. Feeding America West Michigan serves 40 pf Michigan's 83 counties. Its service area spans from the Indiana border north through the western half of the state and extends throughout the entire Upper Peninsula. 

May

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 Women At Risk, International unites and educates to create circles of protection around those at risk through culturally sensitive, value-added intervention projects.  

June

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Grand Rapids Pride Center aims to be the center of a vibrant and inclusive community that supports all LGBTQ individuals.  Their mission is to empower our LGBTQ community through supportive services and awareness. 

July

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 Habitat for Humanity of Kent County brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope. 

August

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 The mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. 

September

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 Beat Nb drives neuroblastoma cancer research and raises awareness, making a difference in kids’ survival today. We want to change the story for the next family by finding viable treatments and ultimately, a cure for neuroblastoma. 

October

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 Great Lakes’ goal is to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home Goldens in need. Our main focus is to find the right home for our Goldens. We don’t pick the first applicant that is interested in the Golden; we pick the right applicant for each Golden. Many people are surprised that there even needs to be a Golden Retriever rescue, so it’s important to educate about rescue Goldens and the adoption process.

November

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 Dégagé’s goal is to assure that every man and woman who we serve knows that he/she is not alone. Many hardships exist in life and none of us are exempt from them. For those we serve at Dégagé, many of whom are homeless and low-income, the hardships can be overwhelming—loss of shelter, loss of employment, loss of a loved one, loss of control and loss of opportunity. And with these hardships, they lose much more. Many feel unworthy and hopeless, especially after society has looked down upon them or they have been rejected after repeatedly trying to move forward on their own. 

December

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 i understand is a non-profit organization that offers compassionate comfort to those affected by suicide and mental illness.  i understand is establishing  understanding and compassionate communities by erasing stigma associated with suicide and  mental illness.

In-Kind Donation Partners

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 Icing Smiles is a nonprofit organization that provides custom celebration cakes and other treats to families impacted by the critical illness of a child. We understand that the simple things, like a birthday cake, are luxuries to a family battling illness. The goal of Icing Smiles is to create a custom cake for the ill child, or their sibling, that provides a temporary escape from worry and creates a positive memory during a difficult time. Memories have magical powers. Long after the cake is gone, the memories linger – memories of the kindness of a stranger, of the art of the design, of the sweet smells of a special treat, of the smiles and laughs, of a normal childhood experience so often stolen from these children. These memories are why we say, “It is so much more than a cake.”

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Beautiful You by Profile is an organization whose mission is to help women and girls undergoing cancer treatment to look and feel beautiful, provide a community of support, share resource awareness, and engage with their ongoing wellness.  Beautiful You was created to help these women to transform their fight with cancer by  by providing a personalized experience with each client to help them feel more confident and bring emotional support, uplift their spirits, and hopefully be a light in their journey.