Potomac Native's Cupcakes Benefit Bethesda Breast Cancer Awareness Group
Fraiche Cupcakery's pink frosted cupcakes will benefit Bethesda non-profit, For 3 Sisters.
Looking for a sweet way to donate to local breast cancer charities this October?
Look no further than Fraiche Cupcakery. Launched by Potomac native Nina Deva, Fraiche Cupcakery will donate 50 percent of the proceeds of the shop’s pink frosted cupcakes to Bethesda non-profit For 3 Sisters.
The group was launched by Bethesda firefighter Marshall Moneymaker, who lost three sisters to breast cancer. Known as the “Pink Fireman,” Moneymaker and his team recently raised more than $20,000 for breast cancer research during the Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure.
The cupcakes will be available through the end of October.
After you purchase your cupcake to benefit breast cancer awareness, you may also be able to take home a free cupcake – if you dress up, that is.
Fraiche is offering free cupcakes this weekend and Halloween Day to customers who show up in costume.