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July 30, 2015  |  By Clock Tower Bakery  |  Events, News

Saturday, July 25, was a special day for Clock Tower Bakery.

It was the day we were privileged to present over $500 to Wayside Waifs (WW) from the donations of our loyal customers during the Wayside Wednesdays proceed drive.

Megan Harding, Development Manager from WW, came to accept the check on behalf of their staff and four-legged recipients. Megan commented several times how grateful she was to receive the donation and that it would be used to help the many residents waiting for a forever home.

Megan Harding from Wayside Waifs getting a thankful kiss from WW alumnus, Bailey adopted by Clock Tower Bakery owners, Ian and Teresa Gebbett.

There to present the check was Ian and Teresa Gebbett, owners of Clock Tower Bakery, and special guest, Bailey, one of their three dogs they have adopted from WW. Bailey was adopted after Hurricane Katrina. While presenting the check Ian said to Megan, “We are so grateful for the all the good, hard work that Wayside Waifs does, and it’s a privilege for us to have the opportunity to support such a great cause.”

This Is KC promoted the check presentation and added to their online magazine: “Another sweet way to support Wayside Waifs and its animals? Buy baked goods! Every Wednesday Clock Tower Bakery donates a portion of its proceeds to the shelter . . .”

Bailey, adopted from Wayside Waifs by Ian and Teresa Gebbett, after Hurricane Katrina

Megan Harding accepting the donation check from Clock Tower Bakery owner Ian Gebbett and Bailey, grateful for Wayside Waifs

Clock Tower Bakery says this is not their last presentation to WW. They plan to continue the proceed drive and raise more funds to support Wayside Waifs in helping more dogs, cats, and furry creatures that need a home. If you missed out on the first donation, don’t worry – you’ll have plenty of opportunities every Wayside Wednesday when a portion of your purchase will go toward WW at Clock Tower Bakery. Come and support this great cause and make a difference!