Corky’s Homestyle Kitchen and Bakery kicked off its annual Cookies for Cancer fundraiser this month in honor of Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month.
Funds raised during the month-long promotion will benefit Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital.
At all 11 Southern California locations, including the Fontana restaurant at 10926 Sierra Avenue, Corky’s will donate $1 for every gold ribbon cookie sold and 25 cents for all other cookies sold in the month of September.
In addition, Corky’s Homestyle Kitchen and Bakery also will be hosting Art for Cancer. Children are invited to any Corky’s location to color a picture that will be delivered to young patients at Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital, to help brighten their day. Everyone who submits a drawing is eligible to win a prize. No purchase os necessary to enter.
“We are proud to host our 6th annual Corky’s Cookies for Cancer fundraiser benefiting Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital,” said Jennifer Towles of Corky’s. “We invite everyone to join us at Corky’s and help raise funds that will directly benefit the children battling cancer and bring smiles to their faces through art.”
Over the last five years, Corky’s has donated more than $64,000 through the cookie sales. In addition, the company has delivered thousands of pictures with messages of hope and encouragement that are displayed for the children in the hospital.
Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital cares for almost 1.2 million of California’s youth and is the only medical facility in the Inland Empire that specializes in children’s care.
For more information about Corky’s Cookies for Cancer and Art for Cancer, visit www.corkyskitchenandbakery.com or call (909) 941-6868.