Hostess Pro Sugar Craft
Will hold a
Fundraising Cake Decorating Competition
To Raise fundsFor IDUC
(Base Gauteng Area but anyone may enter)
Competitive Section-Regulations, schedule &Entry form
- The competition is open to the public, chefs and members of the South African Cake Decorators Guild.
- Competitors must read the following regulations Schedule carefully.
- Judge’s decision is final
- All exhibits must be the work of exhibitor and comply with the requirements of the competition schedule.
- An exhibitor may enter as many categories as they wish, provided the entry fees get paid for each.
- Dummies may be used, but must be a design which can be executed in cake.
- If real cakes are entered, we are requested the permission of the entrants to donate these cakes to the children’s home in the area.
- Exhibits may not be greater than 45cmx45cm, height is unrestricted.
- No exhibits to be motorised, or be made with cold porcelain or computer generated edible photographs.
- Exhibits must have cleats attached to the base board.
Submission of entries.
- All competitors to complete the entry form and pay the fees per categories listed below.
- PLEASE NOTE FUNDS WILL BE DONATED TO THE NPO ORGANISATION FOR WHICH WE ARE ARRANGING THE FUNDS FOR, NAMELY- i.DUC
- Closing date for entries 1 August
- All entries to please be send to email@example.com with proof of payment.
Categories and entry fees.
- Celebration Cake R250
- CLICK HERE TO ENTER ONLINE https://www.sugarcraftsupplies.co.za/product/competition-entry-celebration-cake/
- Wedding cake R250
- CLICK HERE TO ENTER ONLINE https://www.sugarcraftsupplies.co.za/product/competition-entry-wedding-cake/
- Novelty Cake R250
- CLICK HERE TO ENTER ONLINE https://www.sugarcraftsupplies.co.za/product/competition-entry-novelty-cake/
- Open Category (Figurines) R250
- CLICK HERE TO ENTER ONLINE https://www.sugarcraftsupplies.co.za/product/competition-entry-open-category/
- Kids (Under 13) – Anything as long as the IDUC Colours are incorporated R100
- CLICK HERE TO ENTER ONLINE https://www.sugarcraftsupplies.co.za/product/competition-entry-kids-category-under-13/
Phone: 083 456 1903
Proof of payment to be send to firstname.lastname@example.org
You will receive an entry number on the day at registration which needs to be displayed on your cake – No names will be displayed
Delivery of entries.
- Delivery 25 August 10-12.30pm. – Instructions will be given before the competition date of the process which you should follow on delivery making it easy
- Prize giving 4:00pm
- Cupcake and tea will be served while judging take place.
- Entries to be removed by 5:30
- Any exhibits remaining after 5:30 will be exposed of.
The competition will be taking place at the following venue :
The Capital – MENLYN MAINE
194 BANCOR AVE
Please view the website
- Judges will be invited persons elected by the organising committee.
- Their decision is final and no dialogue/correspondence will be entered.
A cake or sugar art display may consist of any medium, chocolate paste, sugar paste, or royal icing but must indicate the category in some form. It must have IDUC logo on the display anywhere – NO PRINTED LOGOS WILL BE ACCPETED UNLESS PRINTED ON EDIBLE PRINT AND INCORPORATED INTO YOUR DESIGN (NO LOGO MAY JUST BE STUCK ON ANYWHERE IT WILL NEED TO BE PART OF THE DISPLAY)– THE LOGO MUST BE VISIBLE ON THE DISPLAY. The exhibits must also incorporate the IDUC colours anywhere in the exhibit being, lilac, pink or turquoise.
Please read about IDUC on www.iduc.co.za.
No violence against woman and children.
Some pictures of last years event : https://web.facebook.com/events/872468392917628/permalink/899537500210717/
Photo and Prizes
Prize Sponsors include (this list will be updated as the prizes come in)
IF YOU WISH TO DONATE ANY PRIZES OR KNOW OF ANYONE WHO WOULD IT WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECAITED (WE WILL ALSO NEED GOODIE BAG GIFTS)
- Piping Bag Company
- The Cake Genie
- Hey Cupcake
- Fondant Solutions
- Treat Boutique
- Bettie Bakery
- HostessPro Sugar Craft
- Sone Nell Photography
- Cash Prizes
The iDUC project is a multileveled initiative that focuses on job creation, community upliftment and especially the provision of support to rape victims. It is a joint venture between Mrs. Santi Britz, the South African Council for Business Women (SACBW) and the Job Club.
With the iDUC project, unemployed women in less fortunate communities are identified according to their skill sets; the primary demand being skills in hand work and sewing. These ladies are then employed and paid to make little stuffed animals and hooded robes. The rationale behind the making of these items is that these robes will be given to incoming rape victims at rape crisis centres across South Africa, by the respective SACBW branches. Incoming child victims will be given a little stuffed toy (a duck) as well as a robe.
Funding will work as follows:
– sponsors from individuals, corporate groups and businesses
– selling of white ribbons (made by the same group of ladies) to raise awareness on sexual abuse against women and children. These ribbons, with a little pink stone on it to show support victims of breast cancer, can be worn during the week of awareness against sexual abuse in November.
Funds will be used to pay the ladies employed to make the ribbons, robes and little ducks, and to buy the necessary materials for the process.
What is the story behind the little duck and robe, you might wonder?
At the heart of the iDUC project is a story well worth telling; the story of Santi Britz: well-known, successful businesswoman, wife, mother of 6.
On January 21, 2009, at 7:20 in the morning, Santi was raped by man off the streets in her own home in the lovely student town of Potchefstroom. Of course, what followed was nothing short of absolute chaos and emotional turmoil for Santi and her family. In that time, a very close family friend came to Santi and, not knowing what to say or do, gave her a big, white, plastic duck with brightly coloured hearts all over it. I don’t think that Santi or the young lady herself really knew what the purpose of the duck was, but what they did know was that this was a gesture of heartfelt sympathy and the love of someone who felt helpless and who has come a long way with Santi and her family. A year or two later, when Santi had gone through the process of dealing with and recovering from this traumatic event, she started counselling and supporting other rape victims, working with them one-to-one. She also started delivering motivational talks to women at churches, schools and functions across cities. One day, just as Santi was leaving to one of these functions, something told her to put the big harty duck in the car. Nothing happened with the duck that day, but Santi left it in the car and only a few days later she received a phone call saying that someone was in need of her help. A lady was raped in in of the rural areas of Potchefstroom, with her little daughter (about 5 years old at the time) was in the same room and had to watch the whole thing happen. Since then, the little girl had stopped talking.
Santi then knew why the hearty duck had to be in her car. She saw that little girl (Magdalene) that day and gave her the duck. She told her that it was ok not to want to talk to anyone and that she also didn’t feel like speaking to people after the horrible thing happened to her.
“But this duck is your friend, and you can tell this duck anything that you are feeling, because she can never hurt you and all she can do is listen to you.”
And at that moment, little Magdalene began to talk. And a few months later, she testified in camera in court with the duck in her arms and the perpetrator was sentenced on the grounds of Magdalene’s testimony. What an absolute miracle! Magdalene and her duck have been inseparable ever since. It goes with her to school, to bed, to bath, and just about everywhere else. When asked if we could borrow the duck to take pictures, she took a black marker and wrote her name on it, just to make sure that she would get it back. Of course, it was returned to her immediately, and that dear mother had one very happy little girl!
When Santi was asked what the one thing was that she needed most just after the event took place, she said that her deepest desire was to have something to cover her entire body with. Something soft and comforting to wear to, in a sense, hide her entire body. This is where the idea of a hooded robe came from.
Upon hearing this story, the SACBW approached Santi and asked her to join their association. They, together with the Job Club, have joined hands and launched the iDUC project nationally. It is still a very young project and we are still finding our feet, but our hopes are high and our long term goal is for iDUC to move beyond the borders of this country and touch lives all over the world.