There are so many reasons to love Tampa bakery Bake'n Babes. Giant freak shakes, delicious desserts — not to mention a passion for community. This weekend you’ll get the chance to experience both that deliciousness and drive at their virtual Bakers Against Racism sale.\nThe Bakers Against Racism campaign is a worldwide virtual bake sale happening from June 15 to June 20. Narcity spoke with Bake'n Babe's owner, Julie Curry, who explained her motivation behind joining the movement.\nWhen the organization called on bakers from all over to fight against injustice by picking a cause they were passionate about, Curry was able to combine her two great loves — sweets and motherhood.\n“Being a mother of two children, there isn't anything more important to me...” said Curry. “I wanted to contribute to an organization that was going to deepen the national conversation about Black maternal health in the U.S."\nThe Bake'n Babes owner went on to say that both her mother and mother-in-law are neonatal nurses, and when she was pregnant, she began learning about pregnancy statistics on Black women.\nView this post on Instagram Bake’n Babes gets all the attention, but my most important job is being a mother. Helping my two children grow and mature will always be my greatest accomplishment, providing them a wonderful life is my greatest sense of pride. This Saturday, 6/20, bakers from all over were called to action to fight injustice. Help me give other mothers a helping hand! ❤️ @bakersagainstracism is a world-wide virtual bake sale! Join us this Saturday, 6/20 at @genxtampa and enjoy some delicious treats! A portion of our sales will be donated to @blackmamasmatter ❤️, Julie Curry Founder A post shared by Bake'n Babes™️ (@bakenbabes) on Jun 16, 2020 at 6:05pm PDT\nAccording to the CDC, American Indian, Alaska Native, and Black women are two to three times as likely to die from a pregnancy-related cause than white women.\n“Bakers Against Racism asks you to find an organization that you are passionate about," Curry explained, "and this one really spoke to my heart.”\nThe virtual bake sale will be held this Saturday, June 20 at Bake'n Babes' new location. You'll be able to snag their sweets inside of Gen X Tavern in Tampa, loaded with '80s and '90s retro vibes.\nView this post on Instagram Looking forward to serving Freak Shakes to you all again soon! 🍰 Come see us in our new home @genxtampa 🙌🏽 #openingsoon A post shared by Bake'n Babes™️ (@bakenbabes) on Jun 9, 2020 at 2:24pm PDT\nA percentage of the proceeds from sales that day will be donated to the Black Mamas Matter Alliance, which cultivates research, spreads awareness for Black maternal health, and provides resources to help Black mothers thrive before, during, and after pregnancy.\nThe goodies being sold for the cause include their salted chocolate chip cookies, fruity pebbles cookies, stuffed Nutella chocolate chip, sleazy brownies, CBD-salted chocolate chip cookies, and the Pride Month freak shake.\nView this post on Instagram Get CBD cookies delivered right to your door today! We use local @koreorganic CBD oil, and each cookie contains 16mg of organic CBD oil! 🍪💚 Open for delivery ONLY through UberEATS and Doordash, The Hall is closed 😘 #quarantineandchill #cbd A post shared by Bake'n Babes™️ (@bakenbabes) on Apr 20, 2020 at 8:46am PDT\nYou can purchase these items at their Tampa shop, or order online for at store pick-up.