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Tim Hortons Smile Cookie sales will support advanced care at RMH

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April 23, 2024 - A smile always makes someone feel better. This spring, buying Smile Cookies in Lindsay will have a similar effect!

The Ross Memorial Hospital Foundation is thrilled to be selected as a partner charity by Tim Hortons restaurant owners Nick and Meaghan Chapman, who operate five Tim Hortons restaurants in Lindsay.

“We know how important the hospital is to our patrons and people throughout Kawartha Lakes. The Ross is our hospital, too. It’s where our four children were born and where we go for care when we need it,” said Nick Chapman. “It’s nice to know that our Smile Cookie campaign will benefit everyone by supporting local patient care.”  

During the week of April 29 to May 5, when patrons buy Smile Cookies, 100% of the proceeds will benefit partner charities including Ross Memorial Hospital Foundation where they will support advancements in patient care.

The highest priority investments at Ross Memorial include the future expansion and modernization of the hospital’s Emergency Department and ICU, the community’s new MRI and CT Scanner, bedside equipment including the new fleet of IV pumps, and the clinical information system that connects patients’ digital health information records to medical technology and bedside tools.

“We’re so grateful to the Chapmans for choosing to support the hospital during the Smile Cookie campaign,” said Erin Coons. “Fundraising promotions such as this are a great way to spread some joy and raise awareness of priority needs at the hospital. Combining cookies and a good cause — what could be better?”

Nick and Meaghan Chapman’s Tim Hortons restaurants include three on Kent Street West, one at the corner of County Road 36 and Mount Hope Street, and one on Hwy 35 south of Hwy 7.

PHOTO:  Meaghan Chapman (owner), Nick Chapman (owner), Mark Hutchinson (Operations Manager), and Nancy Hutchinson (General Manager) gathered at the Tim Hortons restaurant on Mount Hope Street in Lindsay.