On April 29 and 30, Philadelphia’s beloved Famous 4th Street Cookie Company at Reading Terminal Market will offer $1 Oatmeal Cookies to celebrate National Oatmeal Cookie Day — officially recognized on April 30. From 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day, market goers who purchase an Oatmeal Raisin, Oatmeal Orange Cranberry or Loaded Chocolate Oatmeal cookie for just $1 will help Famous 4th Street Cookie Company directly support the Save The Children’s Ukraine Emergency Crisis Relief Fund by donating 100% of its oatmeal cookie proceeds to the global charity.
“Oatmeal cookies are a popular treat and comfort food many of us remember fondly from our childhoods. So, for National Oatmeal Cookie Day this year, we want to not only share our timeless, thick and chewy oatmeal cookies, but also help to bring some small measure of comfort to other children in challenging times.” said owner, Tina Phillips. “With the help of Save The Children and Reading Terminal Market shoppers, we can be a part of providing essential resources and services to the children and families of Ukraine who are truly struggling.”
Additionally, every hour on the hour between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. on April 30 Famous 4th Street Cookie Company will give away one dozen assorted Oatmeal Cookies at random to a customer at the Reading Terminal Market.
The Famous 4th Street Cookie company has been a local Philadelphia treasure since opening its doors more than 40 years ago. Owned by Brian and Tina Phillips, this national online retailer maintains a strong community presence throughout the Philadelphia area and has long been active in community giving and supporting a range of charitable causes.
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