3 Huntsville bakeries are teaming up for Breadsgiving—how you can help

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Free Canadian Bakin’ for all of Huntsville! (Canadian Bakin’ / Facebook)

What are you grateful for this season? Huntsville’s many talented bakers are definitely on my list.

If you’re like me, I’ve got good news: Three of your favorite Huntsville bakeries are teaming up to offer free, fresh bread to the community next Monday, Nov. 21, in an event they’ve dubbed “Breadsgiving.” Read on for more info.

What is Breadsgiving?

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Good bread, great cause. (Emily Phillips / Hville Blast)

The first Huntsville Breadsgiving was not a Thanksgiving event at all, but was actually held on a snow day earlier this year. Canadian Bakin’ hosted it and gave away sourdough loaves for free so they wouldn’t go to waste.

Now, Canadian Bakin’ is partnering with L’Etoile Patisserie and The Moon Bakeshop to host another free bread event downtown. Head to 501 Church St NW Suite A, Huntsville, AL 35801 from 10AM-2PM next Monday to grab a fresh loaf, free of charge. There’s no limit on who can partake—you’re just asked to take no more than you need.

Then, head down the street to Big Spring Park for One Table Huntsville—we’ve already got all the info.

You can donate!

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There’s no place like The Moon. (Emily Phillips / Hville Blast)

Want to help feed your fellow Huntsvillians? For just $6, you can donate a loaf to the cause. Donate online or in-store.

And, you can be assured your donation will go to a good cause. Canadian Bakin’ promised that the money for every loaf donated beyond what they’re physically able to bake will be given to local food distribution program Manna House. (PS: Did you know that Canadian Bakin’ donates their leftover bread to Manna House?)

BONUS: Check out these Huntsville nonprofits supporting education in North Alabama.

Are you bready for this? Share your Breadsgiving pics with us on Facebook and Instagram!

Emily Phillips
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