$146,855 was raised in Saskatoon from Smile Cookie Campaign

Tim Horton’s annual Smile Cookie campaign was back from April 29 through May 5. In Saskatoon, 100 percent of proceeds supported Hope’s Home and Roadways Literacy Academy.

An incredible $146,855 was raised in Saskatoon from the Smile Cookie campaign to support inclusive care and learning for kids ages 0 – 18. Hope’s Home and Roadways Literacy Academy each provide a safe and inclusive space for children with diverse needs to reach goals and milestones uniquely, ensuring all children are loved, accepted and valued members of their communities.

“The Smile Cookie campaign is what being a Tim Hortons owner is all about. We feel it’s so important to be able to support the community that supports us. Roadways Literacy and Hopes Home were two great recipients this year. After visiting Hope’s Home and being a mother of a child with a learning disability, we see the great need these two charities have for support. We couldn’t have been more excited to have sold so many cookies, spread smiles and made an impact in Saskatoon.” – Danielle Robson, Tim Hortons Owner

“We are immensely grateful to Tim Hortons and the Smile Cookie Campaign for the tremendous impact their support has had on our small yet growing charity. The revenue generated from this campaign will provide essential bursaries for more students, allow us to purchase much-needed resources for our programs, and enable us to move to a new location. This generosity will significantly enhance our ability to serve our community and support those kids struggling to learn to read, write, and do math. Thank you for making a real difference!” said Sheila Erickson, Founder of Roadways Literacy Academy.

“We are very appreciative to Tim Hortons, Roadways Literacy Academy and the Saskatoon community for the success of this year’s Smile Cookie Campaign. The funds raised are instrumental in creating our new medically inclusive child care center in Saskatoon, which will have on-site nurses providing medical care to children and filling a gap in child and infant healthcare, said Jacqueline Tisher, Founder and CEO of Hope’s Home. “Thank you to everyone who supported the Smile Cookie Campaign and is helping bring a much-needed service to Saskatoon families.

Canpotex, through its Food for Kids initiative, has partnered with Hope’s Home by gifting $120,000