Gingerbread Build 2015 with @Bounty #PGMom

As the Presenting Sponsor of Gingerbread Build 2015, Bounty will once again make Habitat GTA a part of its holiday celebration and would love to invite you and your little ones to join in the fun!
Disclosure: I am a P&Gmom/mamanP&G. As part of my affiliation with this group I receive products and special access to P&G events and opportunities. The opinions on this blog are my own.
While volunteers have to be at least 16 years of age to be on a Habitat build site, children of any age can participate in gingerbread decorating, offering a ‘hand up’ to children in need of a simple, decent, affordable home. To add – 100% percent of the funds raised through Habitat’s Gingerbread Build will go directly to building more Habitat homes for families in need of affordable housing in the GTA.
How can you get involved?
  1. Join Bounty and hundreds of families at Gingerbread Build 2015 on Saturday, December 5 at the Varley Art Gallery (216 Main Street Unionville, Markham) and  Saturday December 12 or Sunday, December 13 at the Ontario Science Centre (770 Don Mills Road, Toronto). For more informaton, visit
  2. Families can also visit the Gingerbread Build website to purchase a Take-Away Kit that can be picked up at one of the three Habitat GTA offices or spread the holiday cheer by purchasing a kit for a family living in a local women and children’s shelter. Last year, more than 50 kits were donated to families living in shelter.

It’s a great way for GTA to get into the ‘Spirit’ of Christmas!  Get out there and enjoy.

Note – Each Kit Includes: 8.5″ gingerbread house (unassembled or pre-assembled), cardboard toolbox stuffed with a variety of candy, two bags of icing, two holiday cookies, foil base, cellophane wrap, and charitable $25 tax receipt.


25 thoughts on “Gingerbread Build 2015 with @Bounty #PGMom

  1. Children will love being a part of this. All my children loved making gingerbread houses. We also had a tealight inside and the smell was fantastic. I’m afraid that I’m in AB and my kids are all adults now.

  2. It`s strange going from Toronto to a small town. Toronto they have every kind of fundraising. Small town They they keep it all in the town.

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