You are cordially invited to join ITIAH Angels for Learning (IAFL) to celebrate the organization’s 4th year anniversary! Our “4th Anniversary of Doing Good” celebration will be held September 16th and 17th at Café du Pain Bakery in Lawrenceville.
For this special occasion, IAFL will be raffling gift baskets. To enter the raffle, you can place orders all day September 16th and 17th online at cafedupainbakery.com and use the code “Angel 4.” You could also purchase baked goods in person at Café du Pain on Saturday, September 16th and 17th and use the code “Angel 4” at checkout. The IAFL team, family, friends, donors, sponsors, and collaborators will be there to cheer on the charity’s benevolent effort toward the students at EML school. As always, we will reward our guests with gifts donated by our friends in the beauty industry and local business. Since this is a fundraising event, the code for each purchase is Angel 4 and you will be given a raffle ticket. Raffles for top orders at Café Du Pain will take place on Saturday, September 17th between 12 and 3 pm.
We want to extend a special thanks to the management team at Café du Pain for holding this event at their location! We are so grateful for their generosity and support in helping IAFL raise funds towards the tuition for the students at the Ecole Mere Louise school. Thank you also to the supporters who attended our last “Love is in the Air” event at Café Du Pain this past March! The winners of the previous raffles took home a basket of assorted products, a box full of beauty products from Gourmet Body Pastries. With all this support, IAFL can continue its mission of fostering the education of students in Haiti.
Café Du Pain Bakery is located at Route 1 South Lawrenceville, New Jersey. You can place your order online at https://www.cafedupainbakery.com/s/order. You can pick up both days at 2495 Brunswick Pike Unit 12 Lawrenceville, NJ 08648.
Come celebrate IAFL’s 4th Anniversary, meet friends of IAFL and let’s enjoy delicious pastries from the only French bakery with a Creole flair in this area!
Written by: Serina Bernardo