Taste the success! Is your organization ready to conduct a sweet fundraising drive? Since 1930, Dewey’s Bakery has been a North Carolina tradition for fresh-baked treats. We are now offering a program that lets schools, churches and other non-profit organization raise funds by selling our most popular products.

With our expertise and your motivation, fundraising with Dewey’s Bakery is a guaranteed success. Our Moravian Cookies, Classic Southern Cheese Straws and Moravian Sugar Cake are appropriate for all ages to sell and so delicious you’re sure to get repeat sales. All of our products are made from the only the finest ingredients. Your organization will make $5 for every product sold!

Throughout your fundraiser we’ll provide you with all of the support and materials you’ll need. If you would like to set up a meeting to discuss your future fundraiser, please email or call 

Click here to download our fundraising brochure and learn more about the program.

Success Stories 

WE HELPED NONPROFIT GROUPS RAISE OVER $350,000 IN 2015! All of these funds went directly back into the community. 

For the past three years, Messiah Moravian Preschool in Winston-Salem has raised an average of $4,500 per year through our traditional fundraising program.
"Dewey’s is so supportive and helpful, and it’s such a great product that it really sells itself. You really know that what you will be getting will be high quality, and we like supporting a local company."
-Barbara Shore
Director, Messiah Moravian Preschool 

During the holidays, A growing number of organizations are choosing to manage their own Dewey’s fundraising store. The West Forsyth High School Band Boosters have had a store in Clemmons for the last four years, and raised over $21,000 in 2015 alone.

"The Dewey's Holiday Store is our top fundraiser. The staff at Dewey's is truly committed to making the holiday store a huge success for our band fans organization. We are anxiously awaiting our fifth holiday season as a Dewey's partner!"
-Jenna Rhyne
Fundraising Chairperson, West Forsyth Band Fans