Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign Raised Nearly $18.8 Million this Year

Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign Raised Nearly $18.8 Million this Year
Photo credit: CNW Group/Tim Hortons

TORONTO — Tim Hortons stores raised nearly $18.8 million this year through the sales of Smile Cookies, supporting more than 600 charities and community groups across Canada and in the U.S.

“We’d like to extend a huge thank you to every Tims guest who supported our annual Smile Cookie campaign this year. Through your generosity and support, we’re collectively making a big impact for more than 600 charities and community groups,” says Axel Schwan, president of Tim Hortons. “I’d also like to send a big thank you to Tims restaurant owners, their team members and volunteers who hand-decorated millions upon millions of Smile Cookies over the course of seven days. A lot of hard work went into raising such an incredible amount through Smile Cookies this year and it takes a dedicated team to make it happen.”

Rhonda Pardy and Greg Crisanti, Tim Hortons restaurant owners in Dauphin, Man., sold the most Smile Cookies this year: more than 43,500 in seven days. With just over 8,000 residents in Dauphin, that’s about five Smile Cookies each for everyone in town. The proceeds from the sales of Smile Cookies in Dauphin are being donated to the Smilezone Foundation.

Tim Hortons restaurant owners will be presenting their charity partners with Smile Cookie cheques over the coming weeks.

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