The Smile Cookies are back from Sept. 14-20 at two Tim Hortons locations in the Comox Valley. The cookies are on sale for $1 each, with proceeds going to Comox Valley Senior Support.

Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign to benefit Comox Valley Senior Support

Smile Cookie Campaign runs Sept. 14-20

There’s only one thing better than a cookie that tastes good—a cookie that does good. From Sept. 14 – 20, you can make your cravings count by purchasing freshly baked chocolate chunk Smile Cookie for $1, plus tax, at the Lerwick and Ryan Road locations in the Comox Valley and know that the full $1 goes directly to Comox Valley Senior Support Society—one of 550 Canadian charities, hospitals and community programs supported through the annual campaign.

“We are excited to support Comox Valley Senior Support through our Smile Cookie campaign this year,” said Jennie Brockelhurst, owner, Tim Hortons, Lerwick and Ryan Road locations. “The work they do to support vulnerable seniors in our community is important.”

Comox Valley Senior Support has 100 volunteers supporting vulnerable seniors in the Comox Valley. Programs include phone call check-ins, home visiting, assistance with applications and paperwork, shopping, caregiver support, and more. For more information, call 250-871-5940 or visit www.comoxvalleyseniorsupport.ca

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