A Ukrainian-owned cheesecake shop in San Antonio is once again offering a helping hand to the Ukrainian Armed Forces by donating its sales on Sunday.
Ukraine has been under siege by Russian forces for nearly three months, beginning in late February.
Laika Cheesecake and Espresso, located at 4718 Broadway, will be selling cheesecakes and stickers at the Pearl Farmers Market from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday.
The shop said on social media that it will cover all production costs, which include purchasing ingredients and labor to make the products, so all of its sales will go toward helping Ukraine.
In February, the cheesecake shop donated more than $72,000 to Ukraine’s army and customers lined up for hours for multiple days to support the cause.
“In February the whole city answered our call and showed up to express enormous support. We are still so so grateful for everybody who in one way or another was a part of it… You are quite literally saving lives, San Antonio. Thank you, people,” the shop said on social media.
If you’re unable to make the fundraiser on Sunday, you can still donate to help Ukraine in-store and online.