Warm cookie delivery bakery Tiff’s Treats started in an apartment at the University of Texas back in 1999, when Tiffany Taylor baked cookies as an apology to Leon Chen for standing him up on a date. Since that time, Tiff’s Treats has grown to dozens of stores throughout the states of Texas, Tennessee, and Georgia.

That growth continues today, with the announcement of the company’s 50th store opening, located in the Dallas suburb of Highland Village, Texas. The grand opening event will take place Saturday, July 6 at 9 a.m. The bakery will be selling cookies that day $5 per dozen, with all sales (up to $5,000) going to Wish With Wings, which grants wishes for young Texans that have been diagnosed with life-threatening medical conditions.

Additionally, Tiff’s Treats is celebrating its milestone by giving away 300 “Golden Ticket” gift cards to customers who order cookies for delivery from any of its stores on Tuesday, July 9. Lucky recipients will find gift cards inside their cookie boxes valuing $10, $50, $100, $500, or the grand prize of $1,000.

“We’re grateful to our customers and couldn’t celebrate this milestone without including them in the excitement,” says Tiff’s Treats co-founder Tiffany Chen. “Hitting 50 stores, all company owned, is a meaningful achievement in our growth, and only the starting point of our growth to come.”

“To us, reaching 50 stores proves what we’ve believed from the beginning, that our warm cookie delivery service is more than a dessert or a gift, it’s an experience people can share,” adds co-founder Leon Chen. “Helping create a moment of happiness for people is a privilege that we take seriously.”