Tim Hortons #WarmWishes Campaign

The countdown to Christmas is on and Tim Hortons {of course} has some celebrating to do, in the form of giving back this holiday season. You might have noticed that the holiday cups are back, and so is their #WarmWishes Campaign!

Tim Hortons #WarmWishes Campaign encourages Canadians to share their good deeds and acts of kindness on Twitter and Instagram with @TimHortons using #WarmWishes.

In doing so, Tim Hortons will also pay it forward with prizes and donations. 

Tim Hortons Warm Wishes Campaign

Here’s how the Tim Hortons #WarmWishes Campaign works:

  • Post your good deed on Twitter or Instagram mentioning @TimHortons using #WarmWishes.
  • Each week, one person announced by Tim Hortons will get the opportunity to donate $5,000.00 to the charity of their choice.

NOTE: Each week of the #WarmWishes campaign will have a different theme:

  • Give a little warmth (Monday, November 16)
  • Connect with Someone (Monday, November 23)
  • Brighten Someone’s Day (Monday, November 30)
  • Lend a Helping Hand (Monday, December 7)
  • Spread Cheer (Monday, December 14)
  • Give Back (Monday, December 21)

Since this week’s theme is ‘give a little warmth’, share what spreading warmth means to you! You could donate gently used coats or blankets, giving someone a hug or buying a coffee for someone. 

BONUS: I’m also taking part in the Tim Hortons #WarmWishes campaign! I’ll be paying it forward each week as well, by giving away weekly $25 Tim Hortons e-gift cards {for 6 weeks}, to those who participated in the #WarmWishes challenge. So if you tweeted Tim Hortons with #WarmWishes, come back here and leave a comment with the URL of your share and you’ll be entered to win. There’s no limit on how many times you can comment. 

Go forth and spread your #WarmWishes my friends! ♥


Disclosure: I am apart of the Tim Hortons #Timfluencer program and receive special perks with the program. All opinions are my own.




  1. I look forward to my Tim Horton’s coffee every 2nd day when I have dialysis. I also go when in town and I have no dialysis but the days that I do, it’s extra appreciated.

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