National Muffin Day – January, 31

One year ago today, we shared Jacob “Muffin Man” Kaufman’s story. He inspired us by helping the homeless in San Francisco by baking and giving out muffins to the hungry, treating the community with respect. Last year’s National Muffin Day, with your participation, we had over 70 bakers who shared #givemuffins and fed homeless in their community, raising $1,400 for Project Homeless Connect, a critical agency serving San Francisco’s homeless population.

This year, we’re back with National Muffin Day on January 31st. We invite you to join us for the baking and giving. You can learn more about the day on our website, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and interact with other Muffin Day participants in our Facebook page. You could even be a Muffin Day Ambassador – just RSVP on our website and we’ll be in touch with more details. Help us raise awareness for the homeless, feed the hungry and build community in your city with our worldwide event. Get ready to #givemuffins with us!


Julia Levy, Founder, has a decade of development experience, including working for a philanthropist, a small nonprofit and now a large nonprofit. She has raised significant dollars for numerous causes, from education to religion and from donors of all ages. Julia holds a Certificate in Fundraising from NYU’s Heyman Center for Philanthropy and an undergraduate degree from Cornell University. Julia has taught fundraising workshops, most recently at Brooklyn Brainery and coached development professionals.

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