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We sell baked goods, flowers, self-care items and gifts, mental health merchandise and other items in our

retail shop. 


We run creative workshops, baking classes, cookie and cake decorating classes, art classes, groups and programming- in our Studio.


Our goal is to provide a Youth Internship program and therapeutic baking, art and creative groups in our Studio space. 

As a Social Enterprise, we use all the funds raised in our retail space and studio to offer the Grow In Kindness low-cost counselling fund, provided by Fields & Flour Therapy clinicians and therapists.

This fund provides 12 counselling sessions for clients at a

lower cost rate of $25 per session. We can only offer this through the sales in our Bakeshop, and by the workshops, classes & events in our Studio.

What we do


In the Bakeshop

We offer a range of in-house and locally made:

  • Baked Goods

  • Locally Grown Floral Bouquets

  • Self-care items 

  • Soaps & Candles

  • Flower seeds & plant pots

  • Books

  • Jewellery

  • Fidgets & Stickers

  • T-shirts

As always, sales support our social project.

In the Studio

We run various creative workshops, classes, and events in our Studio space.

  • Cookie & cake decorating

  • Baking workshops & classes

  • Crafting & art workshops for adults and kids

  • Floral & greenery workshops

  • Corporate workshops & events

  • Private parties & events

All proceeds from these workshops & events support our social project. 

Why We Do This

Our Mission is to provide low-cost and accessible counselling services through our Grow In Kindness Fund. 



  • Clients can receive 12 sessions of counselling

  • Clients pay only $25 per session

  • Funds raised through the Bakeshop & Studio supplement the rest of the fee

  • No application or formal demonstration of need required

We believe in accessible, affordable, quality and creative counselling options for all. 
Image by Augustine Wong

Kind Words

"Fuciarelli has created a recipe to offer clients one cup of empathy and a teaspoon of compassion, with her social enterprise Bakeshop storefront." 

- Global News Toronto

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