Spread the love with every bite at The Big Easy™ Cafe by Ernie Els this Valentine’s Day, and add a dash of sweetness to your celebrations with our special Treat Box!
All of our gourmet delights are organic and homemade. Purchase now by visiting our Toast account and then click “February Specials.”
Orders must be placed by Monday, February 5th. When placing your order, you will select a pickup window anytime between Friday, February 9th and Wednesday, February 14th.
Treat Boxes cost $24.95 each and will all be packed with love by the adults in our Adult Day Training Program.
Here is the list of the items with ingredients.
Butter, Semisweet chocolate chips, Unsweetened chocolate, Eggs, Espresso, Vanilla Extract, Sugar, Flour, Baking Powder, Salt
Chocolate Peanut Butter Truffles
Creamy Peanut Butter, Butter, Powdered Sugar, Graham Cracker Crumbs, Semi Sweet Chocolate
Flour, Butter, Sugar, Eggs, Milk, Baking Powder, Cocoa, Desiccated Coconut
Mini Chocolate Cupcakes
Flour, Eggs, Olive Oil, Sugar, Cocoa, Espresso, Water, Baking Soda, Salt, Powdered Sugar, Milk, Vanilla Extract
Mini Red Velvet Cupcakes
Flour, Corn Starch, Cocoa Powder, Salt, Baking Soda, Butter, Sugar, Vegetable oil, Eggs, Vanilla Extract, White Vinegar, Milk, Cream Cheese, Powdered Sugar & Red Food ColoringInternational Volunteer Day
December 5 is International Volunteer Day. We are thankful for all our volunteers, who serve in many ways. This past year, 130 individuals volunteered a total of 2,272 hours to support Els for Autism®. Our recent podcast interviewed Bobby and Christy Banker who volunteer in the Ernie Els #GameON Autism® Golf Program.
Another way individuals serve is in our microbusiness Sea of Possibilities, which has adults in the Adult Day Training Program (ADT) learn employment and vocational skills through product creation with assistance from staff in our Adult Services Department and our volunteers who serve as artist assistants.
Leann Doll is a regular in the Sea of Possibilities workshop volunteering her time to help the Sea of Possibilities crew create a variety of ocean-themed art projects using materials from the beach, such as shells, driftwood, coral, sand, and sea glass. Items are sold online, in several gift shops, and at local events, including the Gardens GreenMarket.
Leann enjoys volunteering with Sea of Possibilities because she gets to see first-hand the creativity and pride of the clients making the projects. She says it truly “fills my soul,” helping them put the finishing touches on their art pieces. One of her favorite products made in the Sea of Possibilities workshop is the large jewelry dishes because each one is unique and very functional. Leann says our campus is a very special place with everyone very encouraging and welcoming.
We have still positions open for volunteers, and as we grow, our positions and the roles and responsibilities tied to them will grow and diversify.
Visit our website to learn more, as to how to get involved: https://www.elsforautism.org/get-involved/volunteer/