Where there is cake there is hope, and there is always cake.
Depressed Cake Shops have been around since 2013, when bakers in the UK made grey treats with a pop of color to symbolize hope amid the struggle, but in the past few years, the themed desserts become popular in the U.S., thanks to the support of organizations like NAMI Central Texas. —Austin 360
"Depressed Cake Shops" eat away at the stigma of mental health issues' —The Today Show
"The Depressed Cake Shop is a cafe with a difference. The cakes are grey on the outside and bright on the inside, and they're getting people talking about depression in a very unique way." — BBC
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