Give Back & Outreach
We're a family-owned company committed to sharing our success with others. Whenever possible, we give back generously to our communities - and we've seen our Time Timer fans use their timers to accomplish some amazing things:
- Teaching children with special needs to communicate and thrive
- Helping struggling families develop life-changing organizational skills
- Comforting injured veterans and people with chronic pain or phobias
- Protecting the environment, and many more. You inspire us!
1% Give Back Program for Inclusive Education ProgramsTime Timer is donating 1% of all sales from the Time Timer MOD Home Edition to support inclusive education programs.
Time Timer® believes in creating products that truly help people of all ages and abilities conquer time. While time can be a challenge for some people, we aim to provide intuitive and innovative solutions that can make a real difference.
Making Time for Trees Initiative
Time Timer is committed to lessening our carbon footprint. We work hard internally to make small changes that will continue to improve our environment.Time Timer has partnered with the organization Living Lands & Waters to launch the Time Timer Making Time For Trees Initiative. Now, for every purchase made on Time Timer’s website, we are donating one tree to be planted. Learn more about the Making Time for Trees Initiative.
Time Timer is Proud to Support the Following Schools and Organizations
The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati on Tour (TCT) brings an opportunity for children from diverse backgrounds to not only experience professional theatre, but to explore, discuss and engage with the tough topics (and some fun ones) that will help them become the people who bring more kindness and respect into this world. Children are our future and TCT on Tour is one way that we are investing in helping educators and families have the hard conversations that will empower the next generation.
La Soupe offers a variety of programs, including the Community Kitchen Program. La Soupe launched the Community Kitchen Program (CK) in response to the COVID 19 pandemic raising over $400,000. Through the Community Kitchen Program La Soupe is providing, on average, over 15,000 servings a week (in addition to the 15,000 average servings that La Soupe produces) to people affected by this situation, including families of school students that may no longer be able to take advantage of school lunches. In addition, their educational cooking programs teach children independent life skills, as well as teaching parents and adults job and family skills.
Located in Cincinnati, Springer School empowers students with learning disabilities to lead successful lives. Springer’s specialized curriculum and personalized learning strategies help students with learning disabilities build the educational, emotional, and social skills to succeed in the classroom—and everywhere else. They believe that “all students with learning disabilities have the ability to succeed educationally, socially, and personally, and to ultimately become responsible for their own learning.”
Trout Unlimited has several programs. Their program Trout (or Salmon) in the Classroom (TIC or SIC) offers students of all ages a chance to raise Salmonids in a classroom setting and then release them into a nearby stream or river. Caring for the fish fosters a conservation ethic in the students, and the act of walking to a streambank and directly releasing the fingerlings into the water makes a concrete connection between caring for the fish and caring for the water.
Trout Unlimited is just one of many organizations facilitating this program across the country. A mix of NGO and government agencies support brings this environmental education program into schools in around 35 states. Over 5,000 classrooms participate annually.
Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing started in 2005 serving wounded military service members at Walter Reed Army Medical Center returning from combat in Iraq and Afghanistan. Since then, Project Healing Waters has expanded nationwide, establishing its highly successful program in Department of Defense hospitals, Warrior Transition Units, and Veterans Affairs Medical Centers and clinics. Project Healing Waters has become recognized as an innovative leader and model in the field of therapeutic outdoor recreation for the disabled, through its successful application of the sport of fly fishing as a rehabilitation tool.
Crayons to Computers has worked to level the playing field in the classroom by providing students in need the tools to succeed in school. They have distributed more than $170 million worth of free school supplies, enhancement and incentive items thanks to our partnerships with sponsoring companies and organizations. Through their programs, Teacher Free Store and Mobile Outreach, they are able to offer a variety of materials that support learning, including basic supplies like crayons, paper, scissors, and pencils, as well as enrichment and incentive items that teachers can use to motivate and inspire student engagement.
Living Lands & Waters was established by Chad Pregracke in 1998, and has grown to be the only “industrial strength” river cleanup organization like it in the world. Living Lands & Waters has had an incredible impact, removing over 12 million pounds of garbage from U.S. rivers, with the help of over 125,000 volunteers and countless supporters. The organization has also offered educational workshops to over 11,000 students and planted over 1,780,000 trees.