Archive for the ‘Operation: Birthday Cake’ Category

Thank You General Martin

Friday, September 17th, 2010

Last week, Bake Me A Wish! had the honor of donating cakes for the retirement party of Brig. General Patrick Martin.  General Martin began his career in the US navy as a Petty Office second class in 1974 and finished a degree in  Electronic and Electrical engineering in 1983 from North Dakota university.  Over the following 27 years he held posts as Civil Engineering Officer in the 119th Civil Engineering Squadron and BioEnvironmental Engineer in the 119th Medical Squadron, eventually making his way to Chief of Joint Staff, and the Assistant Adjutant General for Air, in Joint Forces Headquarters.   Click here to read his complete bio.

A true hero, as evident in his dedication to our armed forces and his desire to help others succeed, we salute you General Martin.  Thank you for a lifetime of service.


Survey Says… Its Meryl’s Birthday Scavenger Hunt

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

We are celebrating Meryl Streep’s birthday with a scavenger hunt! Here’s how you win. Fill in the survey form with all the right answers. We will pick a winner at random from the people who answer all questions correctly.  If you have questions, please post them as comments to this blog post and we will answer as quickly as possible. Deadline to enter is Thursday morning at noon PST (we don’t want to leave you out, our West Coast buddies).

Click here to go to the Entry Form


Click Here for Terms and Conditions. No Purchase Necessary; void where prohibited.


Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010

February 2nd, 2010 – NEW YORK, NY – With the release of her new book, “I’m Still Standing”, Shoshana Johnson, the first black female POW in US History has partnered with Bake Me A Wish! to raise awareness for for supporting soldiers in active duty. During her book signings, Bake Me A Wish! is providing free Singular Sensation cakes to the first 50 people to appear as well as a special PIN code to write a letter on their site.

“It’s difficult to keep morale up when you’re in desolate conditions and surroundings,” said Shoshana. “Thanks to Bake Me A Wish, soldiers are still able to celebrate their birthday – to have a moment that’s theirs alone, no matter where they are in the world.”

“Being apart from family and friends on can be difficult, can be difficult, however we hope that with the help of Soldier’s Angels, we will bring some joy to our troops. We are proud that our company has sent thousands of cakes to our nation’s soldiers abroad fighting on our behalf,” said Josh Kaye, President of

5% of each order place at helps them to send more and more cakes to soldiers serving overseas for their birthday. Apart from donating cakes, they also accept direct orders for loved ones at APO/FPO address, and allow a matched donation for a cake purchase through their freedom cake program.



An Honor From Afghanistan

Thursday, January 28th, 2010

Earlier this week Bake Me A Wish! received a true gift from the 772nd Expeditionary Airlift Squadron – an U.S. flag flown on their mission this past December over the skies of Afghanistan!  Thank you so very much!  We are more than flattered by the thoughts of these good men and women and will cherish this token of their appreciation.  We’re just trying to decide where to hang it in our office!  :o )

We continue to work to hard through our Operation: Birthday Cake program to show our service men and women overseas that we have not forgotten they are in harms way – that we remember their efforts.  5% of each cake sold on our site helps us donate more birthday cakes overseas to troops with our partner Soldiers’ Angels. This honor belongs to all our readers and customers – a big thanks to you to for visiting and shopping with us.