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Sweet Things Bakehouse supports Heroes at Heart appeal through cookie sales


KIM COULTER Communications Specialist, Ross Memorial Hosptial Foundation

KAWARTHA LAKES: When Jenn Mason and her daughters, Myriah and Ella, came up with a project to keep busy during this pandemic, they had no idea that their plan would impact so many people so quickly. “When Covid hit, back in March, we decided to make some DIY cookie kits and post them on Facebook, for the girls’ friends to purchase. [They then could] watch the girls’ live instructional video to learn how to decorate them. We thought [] this would be a fun activity to do, to help keep everyone busy while social distancing. They ended up being a hit. Even people we didn’t know were purchasing them. So, along came our little cookie baking business — Sweet Things Bakehouse! We soon realized [] this would be a great way to give back to the community. Nurses Week was an excellent opportunity to donate to the Heroes at Heart appeal. Dr. Jeremy Jones is someone [] we know well and felt [] he would only show his support towards a cause if he genuinely felt [] it was needed. We baked and decorated nurse cookie sets and offered them for purchase through Facebook. All the proceeds were donated to the Heroes at Heart appeal. We are so happy to be able to help out this important cause.” “We’re so grateful to Jenn, Myriah and Ella and all of the people who bought their cookies, during Nurses Week, and helped them to raise $558 for the Heroes at Heart appeal, supporting urgent COVID-related needs and ECGs at Ross Memorial,” said Erin Coons, RMH Foundation CEO. “Together, they’re making a difference in their community.”

Sweet Things Bakehouse supports Heroes at Heart appeal through cookie sales

by The Standard | June 11th 2020, Podcast https://thestandardnewspaper.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Sweet-Things-Heart-June-11th-2020.mp3

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