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Good Earth Gingerbread families feed local Food Banks

Good Earth Gingerbread families feed local Food Banks

It’s never been sweeter to give back! At Good Earth Coffeehouse, one family can help another. Looking for that perfect Holiday gift? Look no further than your local Good Earth Coffeehouse, with a gift that keeps on giving.

Good Earth Coffeehouses’ (Good Earth) highly anticipated Gingerbread Family cookies are back. For every package of Gingerbread Family cookies sold, Good Earth will donate $1 to local food banks. “Our Gingerbread Family program transforms a traditional holiday treat into a sweet way to help others,” said Nan Eskenazi, Good Earth co-founder. We have always been passionate about helping the communities we serve, through our do-good feel-good initiatives. At Good Earth, the ‘why’ is at the heart of everything we do. We believe in making choices that have a positive
impact that can do good and offering choices that feel good.”
According to Food Banks Canada, Canadians made 1.1 million visits to
food banks per month last year. This means that every single day of the week, individuals in this country are struggling to provide meals to nourish their families. Last year Good Earth raised $10,877 for local Food Banks with their Families Feed Families campaign. Good Earth is to raise over $11,000 to support families in need through local food banks this year, with the goal to relieve hunger today and prevent hunger tomorrow. For every dollar raised, local food banks can
provide three meals.

From November 12 to December 31, Good Earth Gingerbread Family
cookies can be purchased in all Good Earth locations across Canada. You
can also share the love on social media! Canadians can double their donation by sharing a photo of their purchased Gingerbread Family cookies with the hashtag #FamiliesFeedFamilies on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Good Earth will donate $1 for every social media post up to $2,500.

“We love that our guests engage with us to support our local foodbanks at
this time every year. Our Gingerbread Family cookies campaign has become a very important initiative that supports our communities in need,” said Michael Going, Good Earth co-founder and CEO. “Supporting our communities, especially during the Holiday season, is something that is very meaningful for our customers and our entire Good Earth team.”

Each Gingerbread Family package includes a trio of fresh-made cookies
– the perfect stocking stuffer. These holiday treats are available at all Good Earth locations and can also be purchased online by visiting order-online . Good Earth coffeehouses across Canada love getting involved in this tasty Holiday program. “By supporting the Good Earth locations and can also be purchased online by visiting order-online.

Good Earth coffeehouses across Canada love getting involved in this tasty Holiday program. “By supporting the #FamiliesFeedFamilies program directly impact the trajectory of our community. Like ‘time travel’, but in reverse – we can radically change the future by doing something small in the present,” said Erin Rae Brockmann, Operator at Good Earth Coffeehouse at the Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria, British Columbia. “It’s such a fun initiative and a wonderful way for our team to give back.”

Good Earth Coffeehouse attracts franchise partners and customers
who share their values, commitment to sustainability and giving back to
the communities they operate in. In British Columbia, Good Earth has
franchise opportunities in beautiful Broadmead Village in Victoria, in the
charming town of Colwood and just across from popular Gyro Beach in
Kelowna. These brand-new Good Earth coffeehouses will feature a warm and inviting vibe. The Canadian franchise also has general opportunities coming up in Winnipeg in 2020. If you are passionate about great coffee, wholesome food and your community, learn more about franchise opportunities with Good Earth Coffeehouse by clicking here ( or email franchise@

About Good Earth Coffeehouse:
Good Earth is a network of authentic coffeehouses with 51 locations
throughout Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Quebec,
and Ontario. The first Good Earth Coffeehouse opened in Calgary in 1991.
Founders Nan Eskenazi and Michael Going began with a desire to serve
exceptional coffee and wholesome food, with a down-to-earth attitude.
Good Earth has focused on creating a unique experience for customers
through the combination of a distinctive coffeehouse environment with social and environmental responsibility. The company has grown through franchising and remains true to the original mission… to be a coffeehouse with good food.

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