The Tim Horton's in Thamesford almost sold 10,000 smile cookies this year, with all the proceeds going to Andrew's Legacy.
THAMESFORD - The Tim Horton's in Thamesford almost sold 10,000 smile cookies this year.
That is a remarkable number for the one store in a town of only 2,700 people. They were the number 3 spot for Smile cookies sold in London and the surrounding area. This year the store decided to donate the profits of the SMILE cookies to Andrew's Legacy.
Andrew's Legacy is a wonderful not for profit charity who works to bring life saving automated external defibrillators or AED's to schools, parks, playgrounds, arena's and other outdoor play areas in Oxford County and beyond. The charity was started after the passing of 15 year old Andrew Stoddart. Andrew was playing soccer in Kintore when he collapsed on the field. It is believed an AED could have saved his life that.
Since then Andrew's Legacy has purchased and donated over 45 AED's across the Province.
Andrews Legacy taught Chris McMillan and Dave Brown how to make smile cookies today, at the Thamesford Tim Hortons.Posted by 104.7 Heart FM on Wednesday, September 18, 2019