Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign has been supporting local communities since 1996.
Fast forward ten years, and the Winchester location made its first gift benefitting the WDMH Foundation in support of the Winchester District Memorial Hospital.
Since then, a total of $55,267 has been given to the WDMH Foundation, as a result of the Smile Cookie Campaigns at Tim Hortons locations in Long Sault, Morrisburg and Winchester.
This year, $8,304 was raised, and the cookies were so popular that they sold out before the campaign was over.
Owners Denise and Robert St. Denis, along with their nephew, Corey Adams, and all of the staff at the three locations, have worked tirelessly every year during the Smile Cookie Campaign in the last week of September.
They believe in supporting WDMH, and they want to see the campaign succeed for the Hospital.
Troy Cross, Executive Director of the WDMH Foundation shared his gratitude, “many thanks to all of the customers who purchased a Smile Cookie this past fall, and to the hard-working staff at every location for helping to put smiles on patients’ faces with every sale”.