Tim Hortons Restaurant owners are inviting customers to come in and celebrate the 30th anniversary of Camp Day.
This included the Tim Hortons right here in Dauphin.
On Camp Day, customers can buy a coffee and help send close to 14,000 kids on the camping adventure of a lifetime. Dauphin Tim Hortons owner, Greg Crisanti, says that every penny will go towards sending a kid to camp.
“100 percent of the proceeds from all coffee sales, as well as Take 12 coffee, 100 percent of those proceeds will go to Camp Day as well.”
Greg says that there are many different ways that people can donate.
“Right now, we’ve got a raffle with prizes that were donated along with one of our Tim Hortons Home Brewers and gift cards, so you’re welcome to purchase a raffle for 2 dollars and get your name in for some of those prizes. On Camp Day, we’re hoping to have a car wash in our drive-thru, so we’ll gladly wash your windows as you come through in hopes of a donation to, again, all proceeds going straight to help send kids in our community to camp.”
Last year, Tim Hortons Camp Day raised nearly $11 million. In its 30 year history, Tim Hortons Camp Day has raised over $212 million.
Tim Hortons Camp Day is on July 21st.