Nic then began reminiscing about how when her nephew had cancer, she would send ginger crunch up to his ward at Auckland’s Starship Hospital. The 43-year-old recalled how the home baking really did “cheer people up.” And that’s when, says Nic, their “oven bulb” moment occurred.
As well as giving those in need a much appreciated lift of the spirits, GBB’s impact has gone deeper. Nic explains how delivering home baking to residents of a long-term homeless shelter for women in Wellington created dramatic change among the group.
Marie says her children – Tom, 13, and Stella, eight – have learned hugely through her experience.
Good Bitches Baking is actively fundraising to ensure their network of kindness, providing home baking for Kiwis in need, can continue to grow. You can help by:
Photography: Nicola Edmunds