Eat your Heart Out

Scholarship Entrant: MacKenzie from Ocala, Florida
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for MacKenzie: 41

I have always had this dream to open a bakery. It would be called “Eat your Heart out” and it would be a charity bakery. Each cupcake would have something specific to do with a cause. For example we would have a cupcake supporting Royal Family Kids camp the camp was created for abused and neglected children in foster care, it happens once every summer and it is a time where we get to show the kids love and let them be kids and try for just one week to forget the hard past they have lived. The “RFKC” would be purple and red; which are camp colors. It would look as though a child had decorated it. At the camp we give them a birthday party and at the party they get to decorate cupcakes, which is when the idea originated thy pour every sprinkle, gummy worm, and skittle they can get to stick to the frosting and then they dive in. Oh the Joy of a child and a cupcake! Right now it is just a dream but someday I hope to have worked hard and been careful with my own finances so that the money made would not have to go back into the business, a total non-profit. Now I know one cupcake bakery, in a small town isn’t going to change the world, but if a little bit of money from the “RFKC” cupcake helped send a kid to camp, didn’t that change something?

Vote for MacKenzie: 41

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