When you buy coffee this Wednesday (June 7) at Tim Hortons

Tim Hortons Camp Day returns

Your daily cup of coffee and a donation will make a world of difference to a child in your local community this Wednesday.

Your daily cup of coffee and a donation will make a world of difference to a child in your local community this Wednesday.

Tim Hortons Camp Day – the annual fundraiser that sends economically disadvantaged kids to camp – is back with the goal of sending even more kids to camp.

On Camp Day, Tim Hortons restaurant owners donate all proceeds from coffee sales to the Tim Horton Children’s Foundation, helping send kids on an unforgettable, fun-filled camping adventure to help inspire them for a better future.

Last year alone, thanks to Tim Hortons guests and through the efforts of more than 3,700 Tim Hortons restaurants, a record $11 million was raised in Canada and the United States. More than 15,000 kids were able to experience the life-changing impact of a Tim Horton Children’s camp.

With their purchase of coffee June 5, Tim Hortons customers directly impact the children in their local communities who are able to take part in the experience of a lifetime.

Tim Hortons restaurant owners work closely with local youth organizations and schools in their communities to identify those kids in their community who would most benefit from an experience at camp.

Most often, this camp experience is the first time a child has travelled outside their town or city or has ever experienced camp. During their stay at a THCF camp, kids participate in a wide range of first-class programs and activities designed to build self-confidence, self-esteem and leadership skills.

Like the THCF on Facebook at facebook.com/timhortonchildrensfoundation and follow @TimHortons on Twitter to join the #CampDay and #THCF conversation.

— Tim Hortons

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