Campaign raises over $9K to support student nutrition in Georgetown and Acton schools
Published November 10, 2021 at 12:42 pm
The Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign, which took place in September, raised over $9,000 which will help support student nutrition programs in Georgetown and Acton schools.
During the campaign, proceeds from all Smile Cookie sales at Tim Hortons locations in Georgetown and Acton were donated to local charities and organizations.
One of these organizations included Halton Food for Thought (HFFT), an incorporated, registered charity that helps to provide Halton students access to healthy food at school.
Yesterday, (Nov. 9) Halton Food for Thought announced on Twitter that the campaign raised a total of $9,110.00.
The numbers are in, and @TimHortons #SmileCookie Campaign was a sweet success for local schools in Acton! Over $9,000 was raised to support much needed student nutrition programs in their community! @HaltonFFT pic.twitter.com/0ulcWUDSNv
— HaltonFoodforThought (@HaltonFFT) November 9, 2021
In the tweet, HFFT called the campaign “a sweet success” for local schools and added that the funds will go towards student nutrition programs in the community.
For more information on HFFT, click here.
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