Three Brothers Bakery offers breast cancer awareness support through pink sweets

 

In Houston, Texas, Three Brothers Bakery is looking to make an impact in the fight against breast cancer. Opened in 1949, this longstanding family bakery and Bake Magazine twentyfive honoree has announced that it will offer charitable sweets at all three of its locations, as it has for the past decade.

A portion of select pink cookie, cupcake, and petit four sales will be donated directly to Susan G. Komen Houston in support of its mission to save lives and bring an end to breast cancer forever. Three Brothers Bakery has raised over $30,000 for the organization through a yearly Race fund, donations, bake sales, sponsorships, and donated product in that time span.

Three Brothers Bakery co-owner Janice Jucker is a ten-year breast cancer survivor who is passionate about supporting breast cancer awareness and educating those at risk about the importance of early detection. Janice serves as a board member of Susan G. Komen Houston and is actively involved with helping newly diagnosed patients navigate through their journey.

“We are passionate about supporting Susan G. Komen Houston and Breast Cancer Awareness Month,” says Bobby Jucker, bakery co-owner and fifth generation baker. “I have personally seen the work Susan G. Komen Houston does in the fight against breast cancer, and we want to continue to support further research, treatments and education. Every dollar counts and we want to do our part to support breast cancer awareness.”