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Help kids beat cancer with a Crave Cupcake

Help kids beat cancer with a Crave Cupcake

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Crave's Childhood Cancer Awareness box for M.D. Anderson's fundraising initiative Photo by Julie Soefer
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Sure, chicken noodle soup is the go-to food when you're feeling under the weather. But a cupcake can do wonders, too — especially when it's a Crave Cupcake that benefits the M.D. Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospitals’s Arts in Medicine program.

The young cancer patients, along with artist-in-residence Ian Cion, have designed a cupcake delivery box label featuring a colorful repeating theme of Crave's retro mixer logo. Starting this month, whenever a Childhood Cancer Awareness box is purchased or any cupcakes are delivered to the medical center, a portion of the proceeds will go to support the Art in Medicine program, which helps kids with cancer feel better by working on large-scale and personal art projects.

So whether you want brownie points at work, or are just looking for a sweet treat, order a Childhood Cancer Awareness box and let the sugary guilt wash away — after all, you're doing it for the kids, right?