Baking a Difference

A small treat. Big impact.

Parents and carers of ill and injured children often don’t have the time, funds or energy to cook baked treats and snacks like they normally would, especially after a long and emotional day at the hospital. 

You’re invited to step into our kitchen to prepare comforting, freshly-baked snacks and treats. Families feel cared and supported when they are welcomed home to a tray of warm, delicious baked goods. 

What to expect

The Baking a Difference Program is an incredible opportunity for groups of all kinds to step into our kitchen and make a meaningful difference for families; helping make our house feel like home.

Our Baking a Difference Program works across our Herston and South Brisbane Houses. To participate, we require groups between 5 and 10 people.

Below are the allocated days for Baking a Difference Program:  

Thursday: Herston House 

Friday: South Brisbane House  

What do you bake?  

You will bake favourites such as scones, muffins, brownies, caramel slice and more! 

How your morning will look:

9:00am – Arrive, Sign In, House Tour & Induction

9:30am – Start Cooking

12:30pm – Pack Food into Containers & Clean Up

1:00pm – Book your next Bake Off, Team Photo & Sign Out

As part of this experience:

• You will be providing, preparing and cooking for approximately 130 guests on the day

• Touring the house and hearing firsthand how RMHC SEQ is helping families

• Each team member will receive a certificate of recognition at the end of the night and a copy of any images taken on the day

Book your Baking a Difference session

If you are interested in taking part of our Baking a Difference Program, please contact Nat.

Nat Godbold
Corporate Partnerships Specialist
E: natalie.godbold@rmhc.org.au
P: 0499 290 976

Make a difference for families and children

Parents don’t know when their children will need medical help. But they should know they can always access the care they need. With your help, we can support them all throughout their journey.