MONROE, CT – Maple Craft Foods of Sandy Hook will donate 30 percent of the sales from the Monroe Playground Foundation’s “Make Life Sweet” fundraiser to The Wolfe’s Den Playground project at Wolfe Park.
The offer for purchases of Maple Craft Foods’ award-winning, local maple products is good through March 18.
“We thank Dave Ackert, founder and chief maple officer at Maple Craft Foods, for supporting our mission and making our community a better place by spreading a little sweetness,” said Michael Ganino, vice chairman of the Monroe Playground Foundation.
The foundation is making a strong push to raise the funding needed for a community build in May. The new playground will be safer, modern and inclusive for all children, replacing the wooden Kids Kreation Playground, which is showing its age.
To shop at Maple Craft Foods, click on this link. Choose discounted shipping, or the Newtown pick up option. Pickup is at BD Provisions at 125 South Main Street in Newtown. Enter “playground” as the fundraiser code at checkout, so Maple Craft Foods knows to donate 30 percent of the product cost to the Monroe Playground Foundation.
Among Maple Craft Foods’ flavored maple syrups are Blueberry, Bourbon Barrel, Salted Caramel, Elderberry, Honey-Infused Bourbon Barrel, Hot Honey Bourbon Barrel, Peach Bourbon, Pumpkin Spice, Gingerbread, Apple Cinnamon and Peppermint Bark.
It also has a Buttermilk Pancake & Waffle kit, a Challah French Toast kit, and a Maple Candied Bacon kit among its diverse line of products. Gift boxes are also available.