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Seattle Academy Student Launches Service Project 

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Recently, Seattle Academy student Eden Campbell ‘23, launched Spread Dough. Eden’s mission is to create Artisan Bread Making Kits, giving access to all of the ingredients necessary to make delicious artisan bread in your own kitchen while also supporting the students, families, and community members who are impacted by COVID-19. The goal is to raise money to help our vibrant community stay whole during this hard time. Spread Dough is offering free delivery to local Seattle neighborhoods including (West Seattle, Leschi, Mt. Baker, Ballard, Downtown Seattle, Capitol Hill, Queen Anne, Lake City, Matthews Beach, Pioneer Square, North Seattle, Green Lake, Southlake Union, Fremont, University District, Belltown, Beacon Hill, First Hill, Wallingford, Northgate, Central District, SoDo, Alki, Phinney Ridge, North Admiral, Leschi, Interbay, Crown Hill, Montlake, Yesler Terrace, Rainier Valley, Broadview, Greenwood, Maple Leaf, View Ridge, Sand Point, Roosevelt, Ravena, Bryant, Windermere, Hawthorn Hills, Laurelhurst, Sunset Hill, Magnolia, Portage Bay, Rainier Valley, Columbia City, Seward Park, Industrial District, Georgetown, Delridge, Mercer Island, Bellevue, White Center, Kirkland, Burien, Newcastle, Tukwila, Renton, Shoreline, SeaTac, Lake Forest Park, Redmond, Kingsgate, Kenmore, Sammamish)
“I deeply value our community, and I love being a student at Seattle Academy. I want to help other students and families through this unique time. I believe that if we come together, we can make a huge positive impact. Let’s Spread Dough!“- Eden Campbell '23
100% of profits are donated to Seattle Academy’s Financial Aid Program & FamilyWorks Food Bank.

  • 100% of all profits will be donated
  • 50% | Seattle Academy’s 
  • 50% | FamilyWorks Food Bank

Purchase kits via the Spread Dough website.
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