Langley’s Smile Cookie Day events and fundraiser September 19 to 25 were a sweet success, with proceeds from every Smile Cookie sold at Tim Hortons franchises in Langley donated to Foundry Langley.

Smile Cookie fundraising began Monday September 19, at the Willowbrook Drive Tim Hortons, where Foundry Langley’s leadership team, local politicians, volunteers and sports celebrities greeted customers as they purchased $1 Smile Cookies and took photos in front of a Smile Cookie balloon wall.

Kick-Off Celebration with guests including Vancouver Giants mascot, Jack

On Tuesday, September 20, Langley Memorial Hospital hosted a Pop-Up Cookie Shop, complete with local sports personalities, games and prizes. 

Pop-Up Cookie Shop with Langley's Junior A hockey team, the Langley Rivermen

Throughout the week, cookie lovers at participating Langley Tim Hortons sites — Willowbrook Drive, Douglas Crescent, Logan Avenue and Glover Road locations — purchased cookies, with 100% of all proceeds supporting year-round operations at Foundry Langley.

All told, this year’s Smile Cookie fundraiser raised almost $8,000 for Langley youth.

Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Days also partnered with the LMH Foundation last year, raising $7,500 for pediatric equipment for children and youth.

To learn more about Foundry Langley and how you can support, visit:

About Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign
Since 1996, Tim Hortons restaurant owners have rallied together for the Smile Cookie campaign, where 100% sale proceeds from their iconic smile chocolate chunk cookies are donated to charities. In 2020, a record-breaking number of smiles were raised, with $11M donated to charities, hospitals, and community groups across the country.