BAKING THAT MATTERS

SHARING A PIECE OF THE PIE.

The Two Fat Cats Bakery community giving program, Baking That Matters, is funded by sales of our year-round favorite, the Triple Berry Pie, available through local online ordering, in-store purchase, or nationwide shipping

$2 of every Triple Berry Pie sale is dedicated to a fund that is distributed to specially selected beneficiaries on a quarterly basis.

Started by Stacy Begin in 2020, during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, Baking That Matters was developed to provide additional financial support to local, non-profit organizations dedicated to uplifting and celebrating underrepresented voices in our community. 

Check out our beneficiaries below and learn more about the great work they are doing on a local level. 

Reach out with any questions or if you'd like more information.

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2022 Beneficiaries

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The Maine Locker Project

The Locker Project helps ensure food security for children by providing class-time snacks and healthy foods improving the nutritional content of their diets and encouraging the enjoyment of fresh food at home.

Maine Needs

Maine Needs strives to help individuals and families in Maine meet their basic, material needs by providing donated clothing, hygiene products, household items, and other necessities.

South Portland Food Cupboard

"Feeding Neighbors In Need,” since 1997. Led by a team of over 130 dedicated volunteers who pick up donations, stock shelves, set up on Wednesday mornings, and serve clients on Thursdays.

2021 Beneficiaries

The Telling Room

The Telling Room is a literary arts education nonprofit whose mission is to empower youth through writing and share their voices with the world.

Maine Inside Out

MIO is a community for system-involved young people to build power and create community change through art, advocacy and transformative justice.

Immigrant Welcome Center

 Immigrant Welcome Center serves as a hub that strengthens the immigrant community through language acquisition, economic integration and civic engagement.

Make Shift Coffee House

A Make Shift Coffee House is a free online place where people with different views talk to each other with respect and learn how to understand others through differences.