The Scone Goddess gives back to Maine nonprofit
NORTHPORT — “The Scone Goddess is thrilled to announce the recent success of our fundraising campaign with all proceeds benefiting the Belfast Soup Kitchen,” said Scone Goddess, in a news release.
In partnership with First National Bank, The Scone Goddess was able to raise $3320 with the sales of their Lavender Lemon Cream Scone Mix. In an effort to support other Maine businesses, this mix also featured Maine Grains organic wheat flour and Glendarragh Farm lavender.
“We are so happy with the response to the fund raiser and how our customers got behind this worthy cause,” said Veronica Stubbs, Scone Goddess founder and CEO. “We are passionate about supporting and giving back to our community. The Belfast Soup Kitchen does really important work and to be able to contribute to their mission was a great opportunity.”
Mixes can be purchased at the store in Northport located at 1390 Atlantic Highway or online at https://www.thesconegoddess.com/.
To learn more about The Scone Goddess and to order her products go to https://www.thesconegoddess.com/. She can also be found on social @thesconegoddess. Follow her on Facebook and Instagram.
About the Scone Goddess
Entrepreneur and baker, Veronica Stubbs founded the Scone Goddess after a move to Midcoast Maine. She began at her local farmer’s market with fresh baked scones and a handful of mixes for those who preferred to do the baking themselves. Then the pandemic hit. Without missing a beat, Veronica pivoted and began to focus on the mixes and her mail order business. The demand for an easy-to-make, perfect scone grew and so did Veronica’s business. As things slowly started to return to normal, Veronica felt a pull to not only continue to grow her mail order business, but to also put down roots in her community. Today, you can find her Fresh Baked Scone Cottage at 1390 Atlantic Hwy in Northport.