So many of us South Australian parents grew up enjoying Kytons Bakery hot cross buns, family pies and pasty slices, lamingtons and other delicious treats. We also all remember the excitement when our netball club, school, gymnastics club or local community group would run a Kytons Bakery fundraiser – well, guess what? Kytons are still supporting local clubs, charities and community groups through their fundraising drives and they have only gotten better over time! We also love that Kytons partner with charities such as Kickstart For Kids to provide hot cross buns and other items to help vulnerable families in South Australia.

Here’s the main info you need to raise money with Kytons:

  • Whether you do an Easter, Winter, Christmas, Classic or Lamington Fundraiser this year you’ll receive 25% profit on every item.
  • Plus if you pack your own orders you’ll receive another 5% – bringing your total profit to 30%. (That means more money raised for your group!)
  • The three main types of seasonal fundraisers are Easter, Winter and Christmas OR your can run a Classic or Lamington drive anytime.
  • If your school uses the QKR app to order things online, they can set up a Kytons menu for you to use. Email or call 81770156 to receive the QKR form to fill out.

    Now that you’re ready to start fundraising with Kytons – keep reading to decide which type of fundraiser is right for you and get in touch with Kytons Bakery to start raising money!

Kytons Easter & Hot Cross Bun Fundraisers

Kick off your 2024 school, club or charity fundraising quickly and super efficiently in time for Easter with a local Kytons Bakery fundraising drive!

Featuring Kytons award winning lamingtons & hot cross buns, did you know they pack your individual orders, making this such an easy exercise?! Or choose to pack yourself and receive a discount meaning more money raised – how good is that?

Other highlights and stands outs are:

  • QKR app ordering available – make your fundraising ever easier
  • Fruitless Hot Cross Buns – all the flavour just with the fruit taken out.
  • Traditional and Fruitless Hot Cross Buns are VEGAN.
  • They also bring in hot cross buns from Adelaide’s Lifestyle Bakery to offer a GF option at Easter time.

Click here to download the 2024 Kytons Easter Fundraising Pack

Kytons Winter Warmers Fundraiser

The cold weather has kicked in which means it’s time to organise your Kytons Winter Warmers fundraising! Kytons works with schools, kindys, sporting clubs, dance schools, churches, charities & community organisations all across SA to raise money for great causes & get homes stocked with their delicious lamingtons, pies, cookies & slices.

Their products are made right here in SA & are like homemade when you don’t have time. By taking part in a Kytons Winter Warmers fundraiser, not only will you have delicious goodies to keep your family going over winter, you’ll also be raising money for your chosen cause.

There’s also no need to stress if you don’t have enough time or enough volunteers to pack your orders once they arrive – Kytons is now offering a packing service to make life easier when it comes to packing individual orders. However the good news doesn’t stop there – if you DO wish to pack your own orders, you can opt to receive one bulk order & Kytons will take 5% off your final bill – how good is that?!

You can choose from Classic Kytons products such as lamingtons, slices or cookies, or include some of their Winter Warmer products such as family pies, pasty rolls or self saucing puddings – YUM!

To get the ball rolling on your Kytons Winter Warmers Fundraising, visit the Kytons Fundraising website:

Kytons Bakery Christmas Fundraising

Christmas will be here before we know it & it’s the perfect time to give your school, club or community group a fundraising boost before the end of the year! Christmas products are now available for the Kytons fundraising drives, including mince pies, Christmas puddings, gift hampers, shortbread stars and their Santa’s Choc Chip House Kits!

All of their traditional products such as lamingtons, slices & cookies are still available too! This year we will definitely be grabbing a few Kytons Gift Hampers for teacher gifts and those people that we never know what to buy!

As always, Kytons have heaps of resources available on their website to help support your fundraising efforts.

Make sure you also check out their bulk packs of Santa’s Choc Chip Houses – each pack comes with 8 kits to make 8 houses so are perfect for a get together with friends or your group to build the houses! The Kids In Adelaide team had a chaotic but SUPER FUN day of Santa House building recently and I can honestly say I have not laughed so much in a long time. Nope, our houses definitely didn’t end up looking like the ones in the pictures below but we had a fantastic morning and they taste DELICIOUS!

Check out the Kytons website for all the Christmas fundraising info.

How the Santa Houses are MEANT to look…

Visit or contact Kytons Bakery at Edwardstown for your lamington, hot cross bun and bakery supplies
15 Lindsay Ave Edwardstown

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