Good Earth Coffeehouse gingerbread cookies are back. (Photo from Facebook)

Gingerbread sales to help Red Deer Food Bank

Good Earth Coffeehouse cookies on sale until Dec. 31

Good Earth Coffeehouse gingerbread cookies have returned for the holiday season and Red Deer Food Bank will receive $1 for every package sold.

The goal of the campaign is to raise money and help broaden awareness about the importance and role local food banks play in in supporting families in need.

According to Food Banks Canada, more than 850,000 people turn to food banks for help every month.

People can also show support for their community by sharing a photo of their purchased Gingerbread Family cookies with the hashtag #FamiliesFeedFamilies on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Instagram.

Good Earth will donate $1 for every social media post up to $2,500.

Cookies will be available until Dec. 31.



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