Depressed Cake Shop Portland is popping up again!
The Depressed Cake Shop is a different kind of cake shop. It’s a one day pop-up bakery to raise awareness of mental illness through the sale of special cakes, cupcakes, cookies, and other treats donated by local bakers. The baked goods are gray on the outside and sometimes colored on the inside to symbolize hope – all to encourage conversation about mental health issues.
The Depressed Cake Shop offers a unique platform to talk about mental illness. With 1 in 5 people affected by some type of mental health issue, we all know someone who is struggling. Whether it’s a family member, friend, or co-worker, we’re all touched by it.
Baby Blues Connection focuses on providing free support for mothers and families coping with perinatal mood disorders- depression, anxiety, stress related to welcoming a child. “We’re always working to reduce stigma and create a dialogue where parents can express - in a supportive and non-judgmental environment- exactly how they are feeling without shame or blame,” said Angie Fitzpatrick, Executive Director of Baby Blues Connection. “We’ve partnered with Depressed Cake Shop, a worldwide grassroots movement to raise awareness about our common struggles. No one should suffer alone, be it from Postpartum Depression or any other mental health condition.”
The Depressed Cake Shop started in the UK in 2013 and has since become a worldwide grassroots collective with Depressed Cake Shops popping up all over the world.
Depressed Cake Shop Portland is popping up again!
Cornell Cooperative Extension
Dr. Andrea Thinnes of Creighton University and two of her final year Doctor of Occupational Therapy students, Sylver Agomoh and Alexa Trujillo will be hosting the Depressed Cake Shop as part of the students' Doctoral Experiential Component (Program Development). The event will be 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).
Vagabond Bakery, LLC to pop up Depressed Cake Shop in Boise, Idaho.
Emily Hicks, Kaitlyn Ritchie and Patti Park have joined together to pop up a Depressed Cake Shop at the Western States Conference on Suicide on October 22nd at Barbarian Brewing Company.
They decided to become part of the Depressed Cake Shop family in order to help bring awareness to the stigma around mental health and to be part of a community of compassion.
They will be selling cake balls and donating the proceeds to the Idaho Suicide Prevention Coalition
The Depressed Cake Shop is a one day, pop up bakers designed to raise awareness of mental illness through the sale of custom-made cakes, cookies, and other treats, all donated by local bakers.
These special baked goods are often gray on the outside and colorful on the inside, reminding people that mental illness can cast a gray cloud over a beautiful world. One in four of us will suffer from, or be touched by, a mental health issues in our lives.
All proceeds will benefit the mental health services of Counseling Connections. During 2017 they served a total of 690 clients with 4,676 service hours. They provided $179,861 in discounted or free services.
Depressed Cake Shop to pop up October 13th to benefit NAMI Dallas. Serving Dallas, Collin, Denton, and Rockwell Counties, NAMI Dallas, a 501(c)3 is part of the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans impacted by mental health conditions.
The North Country Out of the Darkness Walk to Fight Suicide is in its tenth year, and will once again feature The Depressed Cake Shop at this year’s Walk. The motto of the Depressed Cake Shop is “Where there is cake, there is hope. And there is always cake.” We are a global COMMUNITY that promotes SELF CARE through the power of CREATIVITY and uses it to raise awareness and donations for mental health initiatives around the world.
Specifically, Depressed Cake Shop is a pop-up bake shop, comprised of gorgeous themed baked goods decorated in various shades of grey, sometimes with a pop of color to represent hope. The grey symbolizes the grey cloud that can descend over a beautiful world when someone is struggling with mental health conditions. The pop of color signifies hope: the hope we all have, the hope we lend to someone who is in need.
Depressed Cake Shop is a stunning visual reminder of mental illness, and is meant to get people thinking and talking about the subject in a new way. It’s a perfect fit for the North Country Out of the Darkness Walk in Lake Placid, and organizers hope that the creativity will astound participants at the Olympic Oval on Sunday, September. Bakeries and hobby bakers interested in donating baked goods may contact Amy Quinn at email@example.com for more information.
Please plan to come out to support the walk and the Depressed Cake Shop 11:30-3, Sunday, September 30 at the Lake Placid Olympic Oval, 2634 Main St, Lake Placid, NY 12946.
Join us for the first Depressed Cake Shop to pop up in Springfield, Missouri.
When: Friday, September 15th -- 10 am - 8 pm
391 East Walnut Street, Springfield, MO
All proceeds will be donated to Burrell's Suicide Prevention
Sponsored by: Tea Bar & Bites * Hurts Donut Company * Touch Restaurant & Oyster House *
The Coffee Ethic * B Boulangerie * Maman Jean's Natural Market * Metropolitan Farmer * Gilardi's Ristorante * Kim's Burger Shack
For questions please call 417.761.5025
An evening of music, stories and cake in Austin!!
Storytelling is one of the most powerful ways we change the way our community addresses mental health. Join NAMI Austin and the statewide Okay to Say campaign for a special evening of storytelling by women and for women. Four amazingly successful women will share their mental health journeys and what they’ve learned along the way. In addition, this fun-filled and inspiring evening will feature live music, a Depressed Cake Shop pop-up, art show and sale plus door prizes and swag bags with special gifts from ReFocus Bands and philosophy. Invite your girlfriends and join us as we get inspired to speak up for mental health!
Featuring emcee Judy Maggio with storytellers Sheryl Cole, former Mayor Pro Tem and Austin City Council Member; Kendall Antonelli, co-owner of Antonelli’s Cheese Shop; Megan Alvarado, Founder of NAMI on Campus at UT; Vanessa Marty, Austin entrepreneur and business owner. Music by Daphne Willis
Saturday, January 28th
11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
The Orange Space -- 19 East Citrus Avenue, Suite 201, Redlands, CA 92374
Featuring our gray pop up bakery: cupcakes, cake pops, cookies, macarons, chocolate covered Oreos & more. PLUS: home goods, candles, skin care, clothing, jewelry, accessories & more.
NET PROCEEDS WILL BE DONATED TO: NAMI San Bernardino Area