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A new cookie company based in Toronto, Courage Cookies, is donating a portion of sales to charities and organizations supporting those suffering during this unprecedented time. The new initiative is baking up sweet treats with a goal of raising $10,000 to help those struggling amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
The company was started by best friends and roommates, Chelsea Hearty and Ian Moore, who describe themselves as "practically siblings." On an Instagram post, the friends explained that being isolated and out of work motivated them to bake.
"We dusted off the old family recipe and broke out the aprons and mixing bowls. After making more cookies than we could ever consume safely, we came to the conclusion that this surplus of tasty treats needed to be shared with our friends and loved ones. It started with sneaky deliveries and ninja-like drop-offs. Demand suddenly rose, but we knew we could be doing more."
Courage Cookies offers delicious, buttery cookies for people all over the city (and country), which can be ordered via the company's social media pages. On offer are flavours like chocolate chunk, Mini Eggs, Oreo, Skor and Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. The cookies deliver to most locations in Toronto (with a small fee) but if you are unsure about your delivery address, you can message Courage Cookies directly.
As of May 21, the company is at 20% of their goal so we encourage you to add these cookies-for-a cause to the list of delicious cookie spots in Toronto.