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How does Sweet Frostings support the community?

We love supporting our local community in anyway we can. During the month of April, in honor of sexual assault awareness, we sponsor Lutheran Community Services Northwest (LCSNW). LCSNW stands beside victims’ families on their journey toward health, justice and hope. They offer a pathway to a stable life for those experiencing hardships by helping people recover from mental health, trauma and addiction issues; supporting families beset by trauma and poverty; resettling and supporting refugees; finding foster homes for neglected children and working with families to keep at-risk teens from being removed from their homes; helping seniors and people with disabilities remain independent and standing up for victims of crime. Services include survivor support groups, individual therapy, assistance with crime victims compensation, support during criminal processes, assistance with victim impact statements, and facility dog support. L.C.S. offers services without regard to race, ethnicity, national origin, religious belief, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, ability, military or veteran status, source of income or political affiliation.

We also host events! If you are interested in hosting an event for a non-profit or charity at Sweet Frosting contact us about our events and catering or contact us at info@sweetfrostingsbakeshop.com

Other partners include:

Wishing Star Foundation, Established in 1983, Wishing Star Foundation grants wishes to children ages 3 to 21 with a terminal, life threatening or medically complicated condition. Our service area is Spokane, Tri-Cities and surrounding areas. With 38+ years of service, Wishing Star is the longest running wish-granting organization west of the Mississippi.

Union Gospel Mission, from its inception in 1951, Union Gospel Mission’s purpose has been to break – not perpetuate – the cycle of homelessness. We believe a better life is possible for people currently living on the streets and want to do everything we can to encourage them toward that end – to offer real change, real hope.

Grace and Cakes, helping children in the foster community feel known and loved by celebrating their birthday through joyfully sweet treats.

Catholic Charities, affirms the dignity of every person, partnering with parishes and the greater community to serve and advocate for those who are vulnerable, bringing STABILITY and HOPE to people throughout Eastern Washington.

Learn more by visiting our partners here:


What are the Covid safety practices like at Sweet Frostings?

We require all staff members to go through a screening process before starting a shift at Sweet Frostings. Our screening includes a series of detailed questions on exposure and cleanliness, it also includes a required temperature check before clocking in to work. We have also increased our regular sanitation in all departments and require masks and gloves for all staff members.

Sweet Frostings takes our cleanliness very seriously and we are often complimented by our health department on cleaning practices since our start in 2011. The health and safety of our community is our #1 priority.

What type of frosting is on your cupcakes?

We use only real butter buttercream on our cupcakes, made in house, no shortening or fake stuff of any kind.

What kind of flour is in the Gluten free?

We use brown rice flour in our Gluten Free Products, we also use tapioca and potato starch.

How long do your cupcakes last?

We bake fresh every day and allow our cupcakes to remain in our stores from delivery to donation a maximum of 48 hours never any longer! We believe in freshness! 

How can I keep my Cake over night?

I would keep it in the refrigerator overnight and take it out about an hour before serving to let it come to room temp. As we make it from real butter, it could potentially get sad or droopy if left out too long or over night!

Can I come into the shop?

We are open and you are welcome to come inside! We have increased our regular cleaning procedures and have a barrier to keep 6 feet away from all fresh products. We ask that you be kind and courteous of others by wearing masks and keeping 6 ft distance. Seating availability is determined by the states regulations, see current updates from our governor.


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