Refugee Kids Share Their Stories

This powerful video features refugee students talking about their experiences before coming to Canada. Produced by Crossing Borders, a refugee group at Waterloo Collegiate Institute, supervised by Lynn Schulze. Hearing stories like these is why Goodie Goodie wants to help refugee youth by providing jobs in the baking industry.

COMPASS Refugee Centre

We’re super-excited about working with COMPASS Refugee Centre to hire our refugee youth staff. 
Sabine Heinrich Kamar director of Baking and Pastry Arts program at Conestoga College with Stephen Jarnick, director of Goodie Goodie n0n-profit bakery.

Sabine Heinrich-Kumar

Sabine Heinrich-Kumar (with Goodie Goodie director Stephen Jarnick) directs the Baking and Pastry Arts program at Conestoga College and she’ll be providing expertise and oversight to our bakery as well as being on our board of directors.

Prior to being at Conestoga Sabine taught at Centennial and George Brown colleges in Canada and has international experience at hotels and restaurants in Germany, Switzerland, England and Dubai.

Celebrating our all French menu

Amelie

Goodie Goodie is rooted in The French Pastry Works, which was inspired by this film.

Amélie is a 2001 French-language romantic comedy film directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet. Written by Jeunet with Guillaume Laurant, the film is a whimsical depiction of contemporary Parisian life, set in Montmartre. 
Goodie Goodie board of directors Sabine Heinrich Kumar Conestoga College Baking and pastry Arts,, Ajoa Mintah owner of Four All Ice Cream, Beth Jones volunteer manager at Cambridge Memorial Hospital and Stephen Jarnick, director of Goodie Goodie non-profit bakery.

Our Board of Directors

Clockwise from top left: Sabine Heinrich-Kumar (Director of Conestoga College’s Baking and Pastry Arts program), Ajoa Mintah (Founder and CEO at Four All Ice Cream), and Stephen Jarnick (Director of Peaceworks and Area Manager at Ports International and Harrods Signature Shops).

Celebrity Ambassadors

Goodie Goodie non-profit bakery celebrity ambassadors. Cynthia Dale, Angie Hill, Cara Ricketts, Julie Nesrallah, Kevin Pauls, Susan Aglukark, Lisa Richards, Marissa Dattoli, Meredith Shaw, Roberta Harrison. Lori Love
Elise crocheted doll with pink skirt, teal sweater and blonde hair.

Meet Elise

Elise is a crocheted doll created by the super-talented Shirl Pequegnat. She’s Amie’s little sister from The French Pastry Works and she represents Goodie Goodie. Elise is also featured on our logo, social media photos and all other promotional materials. You’ll even be able to meet her as a real-life character at our special events!

The Peace Signs Project

Students photographing the famous (and the not-so-famous) flashing a peace sign to show their commitment to peace

Goodie Goodie grew out of the Peaceworks non-profit organization, and one of their programs that received a lot of attention was "The Peace Signs Project".  Politicians, musicians, school board directors, police/fire chiefs and other community leaders across Canada took part in the project and you can view this amazing collection of photographs by clicking on The Peace Signs Project link.

Mercedes Arn-Horn and Phoenix Arn-Horn from the band SoftCult and Courage My Love smiling and wearing winter clothes and sunglasses, flashing peace signs and riding piggy back.

Our Founding Sponsors

Redpath Sugar and Danby Appliances

Logos for Redpath Sugar and Danby Appliances, sponsors of the Goodie Goodie non-profit bakery

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1275 Bleams Road, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada N2E 3X6 --------- Not open to the public

519-591-1365

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