Every day, our bakers support communities just like yours by providing delicious, freshly baked bread and snacks to local schools, sporting groups and charities.
Communities are the fabric of life, which is why our bakers take a little extra time each day to support and engage with those around them. Check out these short videos and discover how Bakers Delight is connecting with communities right around the country.
Māori Wardens have been an intrinsic part of communities across Aotearoa New Zealand for more than 150 years. Jayson and Sharron are the local wardens for Otara and are regular visitors to our bakery in Botany Downs, where they collect and distribute donated bread for families in need.
Mike Faulkner was born and raised in Pukekohe, New Zealand, and now runs his own successful bakery in the region. Mike believes supporting the community wherever he can is a fundamental part of being the local baker, which is why he gives something back each and every day.
We’re proud to be partnering with the KidsCan Charitable Trust – a charity dedicated to providing Kiwi kids in need with food, clothing and health items at school. In 2018, our KidsCan Finger Bun campaign raised over $45,000 – enough to provide more than 600 raincoats, 750 pairs of shoes and 1500 pairs of socks.
We’re passionate about our local communities. That’s why our bakeries donate any product left at the end of the day to local charities and community groups, making sure fresh bread goes to the folks that really need it.
Every day and in many different ways, our people are supporting local schools, sporting clubs and charities to help communities stay connected and engaged.
We’re proud of our heritage and work hard to ensure the Bakers Delight experience is great not just for our customers, but our staff too.