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Tim Hortons Camp Day has grown to become one of the most important and cherished days on the Tim Hortons calendar, with all restaurant owners, team members and corporate staff dedicated to making each year's campaign more impactful than the last. Read more from current and former campers about how Tims Camps have impacted their lives and helped them carve a path towards the...
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After spending most of their lives working in health care, including during the height of the pandemic, brothers Houman and Ash recently achieved a life-long dream and became Tim Hortons restaurants owners. “At a very young age we were impressed with how much Tim Hortons was involved in local communities. As students, we spent a lot of time prepping for exams at one of...
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Six years ago, as a new mom, Melissa Rosato was inspired by a TV commercial for Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children (Sick Kids). She wanted to reach out to other mothers who were going through an incredibly difficult time. She wanted to let them know they weren't alone. And she wanted to remind these moms of their strength. Already a volunteer for the hospital,...
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For the past 15 years, Tim Hortons has annually awarded 220 scholarships across North America, totaling more than $3.3 million to date. These scholarships are open to team members and their children and their grandchildren, supporting multiple generations in the Tims family. As we wrap up this year's program, we want to showcase some insights from restaurant owners and scholarship recipients. Scholarship recipient...
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Tim Hortons and its 1,500 restaurant owners across Canada are preparing to launch a limited-time fundraising donut with 100 per cent of proceeds being donated to Indigenous organizations that support residential school survivors. The Orange Sprinkle Donut will go on sale at participating restaurants starting Sept. 30, which is Orange Shirt Day. Through Oct. 6, 100 per cent of the donut’s retail...
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Tim Hortons and its 1,500 restaurant owners across Canada are preparing to launch a limited-time fundraising donut with 100 per cent of proceeds being donated to Indigenous organizations that support residential school survivors. The Orange Sprinkle Donut will go on sale at participating restaurants starting Sept. 30, which is Orange Shirt Day. Through Oct. 6, 100 per cent of the donut’s retail...
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