A Nanaimo, British Columbia, campground gave more than $12,000 to four charities recently, the Nanaimo Daily News reported.

Each summer Living Forest Cafe at Living Forest Oceanside Campground gives away all its profits to charity.

This year’s total: $12,452, proceeds from food sales wen to Nanaimo Area Land Trust, ($3,043.88), the Salvation Army (3,320.60), Free the Children ($2,958.01) and Hijos Orphanage, ($3,129.76).

Cafe customers “should feel warm inside for helping these deserving organizations,” said campground owner Scott Littlejohn.

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