bakeshop & studio
We sell baked goods, flowers, self-care items and gifts, mental health merchandise and other items in our
Makers, bakers and instructors host pop up sales, creative workshops, baking and cake decorating classes, art classes, groups and programming-
in our Studio.
We host therapeutic baking, art and creative groups in our Studio space. We also allow other practictioners and community members to use the Studio space for their meetings and events.
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:
Locally Grown Floral Bouquets
Soaps & Candles
Flower seeds & plant pots
Fidgets & Stickers
POP up hours for events and workshops only at this time.
In the Studio
We run various creative workshops, classes, and events in our Studio space. We also offer the space for other providers/instructors and therapists to use.
Cookie & cake decorating
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.
"Fuciarelli has created a recipe to offer clients one cup of empathy and a teaspoon of compassion, with her social enterprise Bakeshop storefront."