Coldest Night of the Year
2k, 5k, 10K
We walk because only the weather should be cold. The Coldest Night of the Year is a fun, family-friendly national walk that helps you raise funds for charities that serve hungry, homeless and vulnerable people in our community.
We walk in the cold and dark to support all those in our community who are being crushed by struggle, trauma, shame and loneliness. To them – and to the community that witnesses our trek in the dark — we declare together that “Everybody matters. Everybody belongs. And yes, we need each other.”
Join Us for The Coldest Night of the Year Saturday, February 23, 2019
Registration opens at 4:00 pm at St. Michael Archangel Church Hall with walkers released by 5:15 pm returning an hour or two later at the start point for a warm cup of stew, chili or soup.
Participants register online to walk 2, 5 or 10km on a safe, looping 5km route mapped out and signed for them with a rest stop or two and route marshals along the way to guide them safely
Everyone is welcome. CNOY is very family-friendly. Walkers will range in age from toddlers with parents to active seniors. There is a route for everyone to enjoy.
Teams and participants register online now at https://cnoy.org/location/torontobloorcourtvillage and then use our world-class online fundhub to set-up their fundraising page, add a photo and message and email and thank donors who get receipted within minutes of their secure online gift.
- Children 10 and under: No fee
- Youth 11-17: Fundraise minimum $75, or pay reg fee.
- Adults 18+: Fundraise minimum $150, or pay reg fee.
- Reg fee increases from $25 to $40 on Monday, February 18th (the last week of the event)
If you are interested in joining this signature event and walk, please contact Peter Marra:
416.539.0690 Ext. 347
By walking at dusk during a cold winter’s night you’ll feel a hint of the challenge faced by those experiencing homelessness during winter. And, by fundraising, you’ll be contributing much-needed money to Houselink’s vital social programs bringing hope and help to people in your community who need support.