Tim Hortons cookies bring smiles to the Winchester Hospital Foundation


For a week last September, the Tim Horton’s locations in Winchester, Morrisburg, and Long Sault baked over 8,500 of their special “Smile Cookies”… and their customers ate them up!

On Wednesday, January 16th, Robert St. Denis, owner of three Tim Hortons franchise restaurants, presented the WDMH Foundation with the generous proceeds of their efforts: a cheque for $8,509 — one dollar for each Smile Cookie sold. St. Denis has been directing the proceeds of this special annual event to the WDMH Foundation for many years now, and this is the most that has ever been raised! Special thanks to all the customers who bought Smile Cookies and to Robert and Denise St-Denis and Corey Adams for making this generous donation possible.

All the funds raised through the Smile Cookie Campaign will be donated to the highest priority needs at WDMH.

Tim Hortons has been supporting local communities through the Smile Cookie Campaign since 1996. The campaign originally began in Hamilton, Ontario to help raise funds for the Hamilton Children’s Hospital. Since then, it has expanded across Canada helping a variety of children’s charities, hospitals and community programs.

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