Tim Hortons Smile Cooke Campaign September 19-25!
Tim Hortons recently announced that Smile Cookie week will take place from September 19-25. The iconic chocolate chunk cookies topped with pink and blue icing drawing out a smile will be available at every participating Tim Hortons restaurant across the country. The best part? 100% of proceeds from these special cookies will be donated to local charities in which the restaurants operate.
This year, we’re very proud to announce that Community Living Campbellford/Brighton has been selected as a recipient of this fundraiser.
What is the Smile Cookie Campaign?
The Smile Cookie program first started in 1996, to help raise funds for the Hamilton Children’s Hospital in Ontario. For one week, the iconic chocolate chunk cookies topped with pink and blue icing drawing out a smile are sold at participating Tim Hortons restaurants across the country.
How much is a Smile Cookie?
During the campaign, guests can enjoy a Smile Cookie for $1, plus applicable taxes. 100% of the proceeds go towards local charitable organizations.
Where do the proceeds go?
100% of proceeds from each cookie is donated to a local charity or community group in which Tim Hortons restaurants operate. In 2022, more than 625 charitable organizations in communities across Canada will directly benefit from Smile Cookie sales.
How can Canadians show their support during the Smile Cookie campaign?
There are two ways you can participate in Smile Cookie week:
- Visit your local participating Tim Hortons between September 19 – 25 and buy a Smile Cookie for $1 (plus tax).
- Or, you can pre-order a box of Smile Cookies by downloading and filling out an order form in advance, and dropping it off at your local Tims. Pre-orders must be made 48 hours in advance.
How much did Smile Cookie raise last year for charities?
Thanks to the support of Tim Hortons restaurant owners, team members and guests, the Smile Cookie campaign in 2021 raised a record-breaking number of smiles, with nearly $12.2M donated to charities, hospitals and community groups across Canada.
Why is Smile Cookie so important?
The Smile Cookie campaign is a great way for Tims guests and restaurant owners to give back to their communities. 100% of funds raised through the sale of Smile Cookies go directly to local charities selected by restaurant owners, includ ing our organization.
COVID-19 updates for Community Living Campbellford/Brighton
Wednesday March 11, 2020: The World Health Organization declares the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic. A pandemic is declared when an infectious or prevalent disease spreads globally. The number of cases is changing rapidly. However, the risk to Ontarians is still considered low. Community Living Campbellford/Brighton is currently working on updates to our pandemic plan and related policies and procedures. As National and Provincial guidelines change new information will be forwarded to all employees, people supported and families.
COVID-19 updates for Community Living Campbellford/Brighton UPDATED July 18, 2021
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