Raised:
$3,635
181%Goal:
$2,000

Pickleball Canada

Challenge: Clubs > Sports Teams

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With Teams in: St. Marys, Surrey Cloverdale, Halton Hills

The Coldest Night of the Year is a winterrific family-friendly walk to raise money for local charities serving people experiencing hurt, hunger, and homelessness. Team up, fundraise, walk, and gather for good... because it’s cold out there.

About Pickleball Canada

Purpose

To develop and sustain a dynamic, integrated Canadian system that promotes participation, competition

and excellence in pickleball.


Core Values

Welcoming, inclusive and accessible. Our sport embraces and supports players of all ages, abilities and interests; we foster social connections and a sense of community.


New ways, better ways

Pickleball Canada is innovative and progressive, and we engage our partners and empower passionate leaders.


Safe in our sport

Our players, coaches, officials and other volunteers have a right to be free from harassment, abuse, unethical behaviour and discrimination.


Vision

The number, diversity and achievements of Canadians playing pickleball will steadily increase as Pickleball Canada thrives as a world class, national sports organization. See less

Pickleball Canada Scoreboard

Are you thrashing the competition (for a good cause)? Find out here! Stats are updated every 15 minutes. See how you stack up on the National Challenge Scoreboard >

Teams
Walkers

#

Team Name

Captain

Members

Location

Raised

1

Icicle Picklers

Pamela Zabel

4

St. Marys

2,205.00

2

Easy Riders Pickleball Nuts

Donna Baker

7

Halton Hills

1,230.00

3

Pickleball or Tea Time

Jeannie Wertz

3

Surrey Cloverdale

200.00

#

Name

Team Name

Donors

Location

Raised

1

Pamela Zabel

Icicle Picklers

6

St. Marys

780.00

2

Donna Baker

Easy Riders Pickleball Nuts

9

Halton Hills

535.00

3

THOMAS KIMBER

Icicle Picklers

6

St. Marys

450.00

4

Rose Wilson

Easy Riders Pickleball Nuts

10

Halton Hills

395.00

5

Michelle Ramus

Icicle Picklers

2

St. Marys

125.00

6

Jeannie Wertz

Pickleball or Tea Time

1

Surrey Cloverdale

100.00

7

Corrina Davies

Pickleball or Tea Time

1

Surrey Cloverdale

50.00

8

DEAN HAUGHIE

Easy Riders Pickleball Nuts

2

Halton Hills

50.00

9

Sherrie Van Dyk

Easy Riders Pickleball Nuts

1

Halton Hills

50.00

10

Donna Volpini

Easy Riders Pickleball Nuts

1

Halton Hills

50.00

11

Richard Van Dyk

Easy Riders Pickleball Nuts

1

Halton Hills

50.00

12

Lindly Liew

Pickleball or Tea Time

Surrey Cloverdale

13

Lucy Haughie

Easy Riders Pickleball Nuts

Halton Hills

14

Kerry Starr

Icicle Picklers

St. Marys

2022 CNOY Photos

Here's a collection of our favourite photos from CNOY 2022 nationwide - special thanks to our many volunteer photographers who sent them in!

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