WHAT IS THE DEPRESSED CAKE SHOP?!

            We are inviting you to contribute to an upcoming Depressed Cake Shop event, 

and to join the worldwide phenomenon that has raised over $100,000 for mental 

health charities around the world! One in four people will live with mental health issues at some 

point in their lives. The Depressed Cake Shop sells beautiful baked goods, donated by 

local bakers in order to raise awareness of mental health issues and provide a platform 

for discussion, community, education and awareness. 


When a baker becomes involved with the Depressed Cake Shop, there is 

only one requirement; that the baked goods you donate have an element of gray to 

signify the gray cloud that can descend over a beautiful world when someone is struggling with mental health issues.

 

Dr. Andrea Thinnes of Creighton University will be hosting 

the Depressed Cake Shop from 10 am to 3 pm on Saturday, 

April 27, 2019 at Brewability on 12445 E. 39th Avenue #314, 

Denver, CO. 80239. 


This particular pop-up will be raising funds to support National Alliance on Mental Illness 

for our local state (NAMI Colorado).

 

We welcome any type of donated baked good, and our shops have become a wonderful and curated 

collection ranging from professional bakers with store fronts, to licensed home bakers, to people 

who bake as a hobby and just want to be involved. We ask that you avoid using nuts as so many 

people are seriously allergic to them. Other than that, you can make a cake to be sold in its entirety 

or by the slice, cake pops, cupcakes, or cookies. Some people have made custom marshmallows, 

‘misfortune cookies,’ pies, chocolate covered Oreos. The only limit is your imagination!


If you’d like some inspiration, please visit our website or Facebook page, www.depressedcakeshop.com

fb: @depressedcakeshop. Also, attached is a one-sheet of press coverage and some 

baked goods from past pop-ups. It is also very helpful if you provide us with a list of ingredients, 

the type and flavor of your item and also, a fun name if you can think of one. We welcome vegan and 

gluten free items as well! Our customers often request them, and it is great to be able to offer that option. 

We would love for you to partake in our event! 


If you have any further questions do not hesitate to contact me at: SylverlineAgomah@creighton.edu

 

Please, select below: 


  • (_)  I am interested in donating funds for this project 

  • (_)  I am interested in donating baked goods 

  • (_)  I am interested in hosting the pop up event at my bakery site 

 

Sylver Agomah

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