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GIVEAWAY: Wellington Toffee + Juna Amagara Ministries Sponsorship

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Happy Monday, Friends! By now, you already know that this spring we signed on to be certified vendors on The Knot and WeddingWire. Back at the start of May, we announced an initiative that would allow any engaged couples who sign up to have Wellington Toffee at their weddings to be entered for the opportunity to sponsor a child from JUNA Amagara for a full calendar year.    As a reminder, JUNA Amagara is a network of orphanages in Uganda that we have been supporting for years through sales of our toffee. They have close to 1,000 children in their...

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Wellington Toffee Recipes: Rooster Booster Brownies

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We're excited to kick off a new recipe series, which we'll be sharing right here on the Wellington Toffee blog. Follow along here and also be sure to check us out on Pinterest for more inspiration!

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Wellington Toffee: A Wedding Vendor That Helps Others

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Wellington Toffee is now a certified vendor on The Knot and WeddingWire. Our hope is to provide brides and grooms-to-be with a unique option for reception favors, hotel welcome bags, treats for their wedding parties, and much more!

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Wellington Toffee is on The Knot and WeddingWire

Posted by Kevin Kellums on

Happy Monday, Friends! I love this time of year – the weather is warming up, flowers are in bloom, and everyone is anxious to get outside and enjoy Spring. With Spring also comes wedding season, and I am so excited to announce that Wellington Toffee is now a featured vendor on two well-known planning sites – The Knot and WeddingWire! We have already worked with a number of couples in the past to provide toffee for hotel welcome bags or as reception parting gifts for guests. Couples may also consider including our delicious toffee as part of a dessert bar,...

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Our Visit to Imeldahof

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A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of visiting a wonderful organization in Aruba called Imedahof that helps local children who have suffered some form of abuse. Stanley and I had the opportunity to visit the facility and meet the staff and some of the kids. There are roughly 34 children that the organization supports. Some of them live on-site, while others come after school with their parents for counseling and to work through their respective issues. While it is heartbreaking to hear their stories, and see these bright young children dealing with such strife, it is also unbelievably...

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