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BALTIMORE, MD. – An iconic Baltimore baker’s creations to be on offer at the new Great Wolf Lodge water park in Cecil County will support a good cause.

Children of all ages are eagerly awaiting the park’s June 29 opening in Perryville.

Duff Goldman, owner of Charm City Cakes and star of the hit show “Ace of Cakes,” is making his latest cupcake creations as part of a collaboration with the soon-to-be-open park.

“We met with Duff and his team to really create these great, limited edition Great Wolf Lodge cupcakes that are going to feature our Great Wolf Lodge characters,” Nadine Miracle, general manager of Great Wolf Lodge Maryland, told 11 News.

“We have four different flavors: There’s vanilla, there’s a confetti, a chocolate and there’s a chocolate with brown-butter buttercream. Really good,” Goldman told 11 News.

The cupcakes will be available at the lodge for a limited time from the grand opening through the remainder of the summer.

“We’re really looking forward to it. My daughter is 2, and my wife loves water parks. I cannot wait,” Goldman told 11 News.

The Duff-designed desserts are special in another way, as 100% of the sales proceeds will go to the Believe In Tomorrow Children’s House at Johns Hopkins.

“We provide accommodations to 15 families each and every night, in a communal setting to provide the comfort and support they need in the most stressful time in their lives. The Children’s House is open seven days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Critical illness does not take a vacation,” Maryanne Davis, CEO of Believe In Tomorrow Children’s Foundation, told 11 News.

“I’m really excited that Great Wolf Lodge has partnered with The Children’s House. It’s an incredible organization that does really, really good work, and just the fact that Great Wolf Lodge is really putting their money where their mouth is and supporting something in the Baltimore community, as a Baltimorean, for me, I’m like, welcome, come on in,” Goldman told 11 News.