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Bakery Donations

Donation Guidelines

The Cake Diner will only honor requests from registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations. Your organization needs to provide The Cake Diner with a federal EIN # (not a state tax-exempt slip). 

  • Requests need to be made 5-8 weeks in advance. If you ask for a donation 4 weeks before the event it will be denied due to lack of schedule availability. 
  • Please allow at least 4-5 days for requests to process. 

We do not accept the following donation requests:

  • Associate Recognition Programs
  • Business Fundraising
  • Disney Trips/Pageant Trips (Including Cheerleading Competition "Trips") 
  • Personal Assistance Programs 
  • Political or Election Related Anything

To apply for a donation you will need to complete the following:

  • Supply us with your Federal EIN # (not tax-exempt slip) BEFORE asking for a donation, please. 
  • Cover Letter on your Organization's Letterhead stating why you feel your organization needs our support, what support you're looking for us to give, and what your organization has done to support the Community this past year. 
  • Hard Copies of ANY information your company/organization has regarding the event/fundraiser. That means a trip to the shop is in order so we have the information in hand. 



Please send your email to thecakediner@outlook.com and use the following information in the subject:  


TCD DONATION REQUEST (Date Needed Here) (Your Name/Organization Here) 




Donation receipts & thank you letters may be forwarded to:

Attn: Lorianna Dwyer

The Cake Diner

995 Broadway, Suite 5

Raynham, MA 02767


Donations are reviewed on a monthly basis. 5-8 weeks notice is required for all donation requests. Thank you!

The Cake Diner is proud to be a part of such a giving community. We like to do our neighborly part by donating to local charitable events and causes that are dear to our hearts. We get so many requests a year that we've decided to approach things a little differently in 2019 since we're having a hard time staying within our set budget. Saying no is hard, but it's a part of business that we feel can be worked on if we all plan a little more in advance!