Wednesday was Camp Day at Tim Hortons across Canada and in Campbell River to raise money to send deserving kids to a Tim Horton Children’s Foundation camp. Local personalities pitch in to help serve customers and here Tim Hortons staff member Kyla Carswell (left) and supervisor Ron Cornelio (right) were joined by special guest, fireighter Kelly Bellefleur (centre) for a shift.

Camp Day helps build lifelong skills for deserving kids

Wednesday was Camp Day at Tim Hortons and local customers helped send deserving kids to camp.

But Tim Horton Children’s Foundation camp experiences are more than a fun trip away from home.

Their programs are designed to support campers in becoming more responsible, caring and motivated individuals.

By buying coffee on Camp Day, or donating to the Tim Hortons Children’s Foundation, supporters help kids discover their best through meaningful camp experiences that build lifelong skills. Tim Hortons will do that for more than 19,000 children this year.

The Tim Horton Children’s Foundation serves deserving youth from families living in Tim Hortons communities across Canada and the United States. The belief is that investing in youth living in their own neighbourhoods is a valuable way to support communities.

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