Tim Hortons Camp Day is the one day each year when every penny from coffee sales at Tim Hortons Restaurants is donated to the Tim Horton Children’s Foundation.

On Camp Day, when guests buy a coffee and participate in various fundraising activities, they will help send more than 14,000 kids on the camping adventure of a lifetime. Campers aged nine to 12 years attend a 10-day summer camp session or a seven-day winter camp session, at one of the Foundation’s six camps in Canada and the United States. Children are selected by Tim Hortons Restaurant owners who work closely with local youth organizations and schools to identify kids who would most benefit from an experience at camp.

“It’s overwhelming each year, to see how Tim Hortons customers come together to support the Foundation,” says Bill Moir, President, Tim Horton Children’s Foundation.

During their time at camp, kids participate in a wide range of first-class programs and activities designed to build self-esteem and leadership skills. The Foundation is committed to providing an enriched and memorable experience for campers, giving them confidence in their abilities, pride in their accomplishments and a more positive view of the world and their place in it.

The Tim Horton Children’s Foundation is a non-profit charitable organization founded in 1974. Funding for the Foundation comes from Tim Hortons Camp Day, fundraising activities, special events, year-round public donations collected through counter and drive-thru coin boxes and other donations. Since 1975 more than 150,000 children have attended a Foundation camp at no cost to them or their families. For more information about the Tim Horton Children’s Foundation or to make a donation, please visit thcf.com.  You can also donate

Visit thcf.com for more information or to make a donation.

Pictured left to right: New Tecumseth’s Municipal Law Enforcement lent a helping hand at Tim Horton’s Camp Day in Alliston (east end) on May 31. L-R: Nottawasaga OPP Const. Lisa Cruz, New Tecumseth Mayor Rick Milne, Tim Horton’s Supervisor Cassidy Porteous, Tim Horton’s Restaurant Manager Lyn-Ellen Morley & New Tecumseth Municipal Law Enforcement Officer Malcolm McRae.

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