Panera Bread and Baking Memories 4 Kids gives family a trip to Orlando
TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — A family that’s staying brave for their boy who is battling a life-threatening illness is getting a surprise all their kids will never forget.
Cookie sales raise money to send sick children and their families to Disney World
CHICAGO — For the past four years, a nonprofit group has been baking up a phenomenal way to help families with sick kids.
Baking Memories 4 Kids sells cookies and then uses the profit to send kids and their families on a once-in-a-lifetime trip. Read More
A 6-Year-Old Girl Battling a Rare Form of Cancer Gets the Trip of Her Dreams
Frank Squeo is the founder of the Baking Memories 4 Kids organization. Using his old family recipe, they bake up irresistable batches of chocolate chip cookies once a year around the holidays, and all of the proceeds are used to send children who are battling life-threatening illnesses along with their families on all-expense paid trips to Florida amusement parks. Read More
Local boy with rare disease surprised with trip to Orlando
HENRICO COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) — A local boy received the surprise of a lifetime with a trip to not one, but all of the Orlando, Florida theme parks.
“This part of my job is the most amazing part,” said Frank Squeo with Baking Memories 4 Kids, who made the trip from New York to Henrico County to surprise 13-year-old Austin. Read More
Charlottesville Panera Bread Donates $20K to Baking Memories 4 Kids
Posted: Jan 18, 2016 2:20 PM EDT Updated: Feb 01, 2016 2:39 PM EDT
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va (WVIR) – Panera Bread at the Barracks Road Shopping Center gave back to the community Monday morning.
The family that owns Panera Bread in Charlottesville presented a $20,000 check to the Baking Memories 4 Kids (BM4K) organization. Read More
Baking Memories 4 Kids surprises TUSD family with trip to Disney World
A Fruchthendler Elementary School third grader was surprised Friday morning with a weeklong trip to Disney World and Universal Studios Orlando.
In 2014, Brayden was diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy, a genetic neuromuscular disease. Read More
Baking Memories 4 Kids Surprises Local Family
CAPE MAY – One little Cape May girl received the surprise of a lifetime today and she owes it all to a container of cookies.
Naomi Porch is a three-year-old girl who battles with Cerebral Palsy every single day of her life. Read More
Nonprofit surprises local military family with trip of a lifetime
NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) – A North Charleston family got an unforgettable surprise, a trip to Disney World thanks to nonprofit Baking Memories 4 Kids. Established in 2012 by cancer survivor Frank Squeo, the foundation, through the proceeds from their holiday cookie sale, funds week long, all-expense paid trips for children. Read More
Sweet dreams: HOPE Week ends in kitchen
Yankees honor Squeo, ‘Baking Memories 4 Kids,’ which funds vacations for sick children, families
WEST NYACK, N.Y. — As soon as Frank Squeo walked around the corner and saw a child wearing a gray HOPE Week shirt, he instantly knew what was going on. Read More
Princess Sa’fyre is going to Disney World
For years, her family has called her Princess Sa’fyre. Playing happily on her swing set with friends, she had no idea her fairy tale dreams were about to be fulfilled. She was overjoyed when her best friend Zachary showed up. Then he and the folks from Baking Memories 4 Kids gave her some unexpected news that left her stunned. “Saf, you’re going to Disney World!” Read More
Charitable organization presents special vacation to Vinton family
VINTON — Cancer survivor Frank Squeo is a memory maker. Through the organization he formed in 2013 — Baking Memories 4 Kids — Squeo sells homemade chocolate chip cookies in order to fund all-expense paid one week trips to Florida for children with a life-threatening illness and their family. Read More
Family Surprised with Disney Trip
HARDYSTON — With sirens blaring, Hardyston police cars and fire trucks made their way to the DaSilva family’s house in the Lake Stockholm section of the township Thursday morning. Read More
Local Family Surprised With Trip to Florida
Winslow – NBC10’s Tim Furlong is in Winslow Township talking with the Mantone family who got a free trip to Florida from a nonprofit organization that treats kids with serious health problems to trips with money they make selling cookies. (Published Thursday, Dec 7, 2017) See More
Rensselaer Girl Surprised With “Chocolate Chip” Cookie Trip
RENSSELAER – It’s usually not a good sign when First Response vehicles come rolling down your street with lights and sirens going and a bunch of people are gathered outside your home. But it was for the Harmon family.