September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

As many of you know, I lost my mother, Caroline, 2 years ago to ovarian cancer.  With your help and continued support we have carried on at Caroline's Cakes the "Caroline way", full of cheer, positivity, enthusiasm, and generosity.  One of the parts of this business that Mom loved the most was the opportunities that it provided to give back.  Continuing this tradition is very important to me and it is one of the reasons that we will be donating a percentage of all Caramel Cake sales for the month of September to supporting women fighting ovarian cancer.

This year we have partnered with National Ovarian Cancer Coalition (NOCC) in an effort to strengthen our outreach and help support their mission to "save lives by fighting tirelessly to prevent and cure ovarian cancer and to improve the quality of life for Survivors."  

I encourage you to join #teamcaroline in supporting the fight against ovarian cancer.  All month we will be wearing our 'Eat Cake.  Beat Cancer.' t-shirts, packing Caramel Cakes in custom teal tins, and continuing to proudly wear out #teamcaroline bracelets.  I encourage you to visit NOCC's website to find out more about the wonderful work they are doing as well as become informed about the signs & symptoms of ovarian cancer and #knowovarian.

Eat Cake.  Beat Cancer.



  • I lost one of my best friends to OC about forty years ago. I still miss her. Hope they soon find a cure so no one has to suffer like she did. She fought it for eight years.

    Reba green
  • Great information. Thanks!

  • I conquered breast cancer several years ago . Thanks be to God! Now I have been plighted with Alzheimer’s. Both are horrible, but I am happy to buy cakes to. help anyone fight cancer. Again, so sorry about your Mother. Keep up the good work and never stop baking. You make my Christmas giving so, so easy! Thank you, thank you!

    Harriet Crawford
  • Thank you for supporting NOCC. I was diagnosed in 2002 but still in treatment. Praying with your help there will be better detection methods and more long term survivors.

  • As a current patient of Stage IV, I am profoundly grateful to you for supporting Ovarian Cancer and NOCC. THANK YOU!


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