Why Is There No Strawberry Sundae?

National Strawberry Sundae Day is July 7 and there is no better way to escape the summer heat than with this delicious dessert. There are many U.S. cities that still battle over claiming stake as the birthplace of the sundae in the late 1880s, but one thing is for sure, the sundae is an American favorite.

Every Strawberry Sundae sold helps to fund life-changing medical research for The Common Good. We’re seeking passionate and energetic individual and corporate volunteers to help create these iconic strawberry sundaes whilst feeling good about enabling medical research.

Serve up some iconic Strawberry Sundaes for life-saving medical research! Over the last 34 years, The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation (now known as The Common Good) has been the proud custodian of the iconic Ekka Strawberry Sundaes. Every year over 2,000 volunteers help power these stalls and serve over 100,000 sundaes across the 9 days.

Strawberry Sundae Hydrangeas are wonderful variations because they add a bright pop of color and texture to any yard. Strawberry Sundae Hydrangea plants are known for their vibrant flowers. The blooms begin the season as pure white and begin to change colors from a soft pink to deep red throughout the summer.

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