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Everyone is welcome to join ABW Appliances on November 2nd, 2019 for the 5th Annual Kelly’s Cookie Challenge!

Watch the action up close as 12 teams compete to win this year’s Kelly’s Cookie Challenge. Our last charity cookie bake-off raised $12,595 for the DC Diaper Bank. This year we are committing 50% of the proceeds to the Ulman Foundation. Their mission is to create a community of support for young adults, and their loved ones, impacted by cancer. Who will win the other 50% of the event proceeds? Come find out and enjoy an evening of community goodwill, silent auction, gourmet treats, beer, wine, and of course COOKIES!

If you can’t make it to the event please consider making a donation to the Ulman Foundation here.

Learn More about the event: Cookie Challenge FAQs

Check out the results from the 4th annual cookie challenge: ABW’s 2017 Cookie Challenge

For more information or questions, please contact us at rsvp@abwappliances.com.

 

Event Overview:

• Kelly’s Cookie Challenge is open to the public. In honor of the charities we are supporting, ABW suggests a $25 donation per attendee.

• ABW will provide valet parking, hors d’oeuvres, and beverages.

• Three judges will choose the winning cookie team based on taste, presentation, and originality.

• The winning team selects a charity that will receive 50% of the event’s proceeds!

• The Ulman House, a program dedicated to improving the lives of young adult cancer patients will receive the other 50%. Learn more here.

 

How Can I Help if I’m Unable to Attend?

• Donate directly to the Ulman House in honor of the cookie challenge here.

 

How is ABW Raising the Money for Charity?

• Donations made during event registrations. RSVP here.

• Cookie Sales (Freshly baked to take home!)

• Silent Auction

• 50/50 Raffle

• Baking teams’ entry donations of $200 (or $50 per team member)

 

Which Charities Receive the Proceeds?

• 100% of the event’s proceeds go to charity!

• The winning team selects a charity to receive 50% of the proceeds.

• The other 50% will go towards the Ulman House, a program dedicated to improving the lives of young adult cancer patients. Learn more here.