Lincoln pastry shop sells macaroons to raise money for Ukrainians
LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — A Lincoln pastry shop sold macaroons to support the people of the Ukraine on Tuesday.
Goldenrod Pastries, near 48th street and Prescott Avenue, decided to use International Women’s Day to give back.
“We are running a deal today with our macaroons, our cookie sandwich. They are blue and yellow today, the color of the Ukrainian flag,” said Angela Garbacz, owner of Goldenrod Pastries.
The store raised the price of the macaroons so it could give the extra money to the World Central Kitchen.
The program provides food for people in need around the world. It’s currently focused on Ukraine.