Raised:
$5,520
2%Goal:
$211,000

Starbucks

Challenge: Business > Retail

110Walkers44Teams82Days Left

With Teams in: Surrey Cloverdale, Fredericton, Etobicoke Lakeshore, Brampton Downtown, Richmond Hill, Edmonton Downtown, Stouffville, Edmonton Millwoods, Toronto Sherbourne, Newmarket, Halifax Lower Sackville, Winnipeg St. Boniface, Waterdown, Hamilton Mountain, Scarborough East, Kitchener, Kingston, Saskatoon, Oakville North, St. Catharines, London, Sarnia Bay, Brantford, North Vancouver, Windsor Downtown, Cochrane, Kelowna, Calgary Inglewood, Airdrie, Salmon Arm, Burnaby, Spruce Grove, Port Hope, Maple Ridge, Toronto Queen Liberty, Montreal Downtown, Chilliwack

The Coldest Night of the Year is a winterrific family-friendly fundraising walk in support of local charities serving people experiencing hurt, hunger, and homelessness. Team up, fundraise, walk, and take a moment to look closer... because it's cold out there.

About Starbucks

For four years, Starbucks partners (employees) across Canada have joined the national Starbucks challenge for Coldest Night of the Year to raise funds for hungry, homeless and hurting people in our communities. Last year alone, over 640 partners helped raise almost $100,000. Starbucks Canada is proud to continue its fundraising efforts with Coldest Night of the Year.


We've always believed that businesses can – and should – have a positive impact on the communities they serve. Since we opened our first store in 1971, we dedicated ourselves to earning the trust and respect of our customers, partners and neighbours and promoting environmental responsibility.


From the neighbourhoods where our stores are located, to the regions where our coffee is grown – we believe in being involved in the communities we’re a part of.

Bringing people together, inspiring change and making a difference in people's lives – it's all part of being a good neighbour. And it's a commitment rooted in the belief that we can use our size to bring about positive change. Donate and join our teams today, because we can do more than a hot cup of coffee this February.


Remember: it's cold out there!

Starbucks 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

District 235 and 1964

Candice-Leigh Gray

7

Kitchener

900.00

2

Starbucks 3123 HRM

Annastasia Wagar

1

Halifax Lower Sackville

600.00

3

Team D263

Heather Haight

2

Richmond Hill

600.00

4

D3089

trevor voogt

3

St. Catharines

495.00

5

Starbucks Manitoba

Celia Kroker

6

Winnipeg St. Boniface

350.00

6

Starbucks- District 212

Tara Foster

9

London

350.00

7

Starbucks Saskatoon

Andrew Young

6

Saskatoon

300.00

8

District 266 Starbucks

Nathan Martin

3

Waterdown

275.00

9

Starbucks District 2013

Nikita Cidilo

7

St. Catharines

270.00

10

Starbucks Toronto Regional Office

Janie Groulx

2

Etobicoke Lakeshore

250.00

11

D2011 Karries Karers

Sky Skerry

3

Oakville North

200.00

12

Starbucks District 241

Tanya Castillo (Team Dusk)

2

Brampton Downtown

150.00

13

District 2134!

Laura Saad

3

Stouffville

150.00

14

StarbucksD267

Cristine Ellis

2

Windsor Downtown

150.00

15

Starbucks D2094 Scarborough

Pam Sider

3

Scarborough East

130.00

16

Starbucks Cobourg

Marsha Dorsey

3

Port Hope

100.00

17

StarbucksKingston

Jordan Smith

2

Kingston

50.00

18

Starbucks D266 - Hamilton mountain

Ania Pellerin

1

Hamilton Mountain

50.00

19

50th Street Market Starbucks

Shaylee Butler

2

Edmonton Millwoods

50.00

20

Starbucks 17191

June Vander-Hoek

1

Salmon Arm

50.00

21

Starbucks District 228 and District 216

Stephie Klassen

1

North Vancouver

25.00

22

CNOY 2024 District 236- Salmon Arm

Josh Dykstra

4

Salmon Arm

25.00

23

Merritt Starbucks

Kate Parker

1

Salmon Arm

24

D3045

Devon Eccles

3

London

25

Starbucks3031

Michelle Krywolt

1

Burnaby

26

Stony Plain Starbucks

Holly Udell

1

Spruce Grove

27

Starbucks District 210

Vincent de Gaye

1

Chilliwack

28

Starbucks D251

Shehani Perera

1

Maple Ridge

29

D1962

Jasmine Lawrence

1

Toronto Queen Liberty

30

Starbucks - D2001

mélissa boivin

1

Montreal Downtown

31

Starbucks Canada - Airdrie

Stephanie Roberts

1

Airdrie

32

Starbucks Canada - Calgary

Melissa Rodway

2

Calgary Inglewood

33

Starbucks Canada - Kelowna

Lance Green

2

Kelowna

34

Starbucks Fredericton

Jordan Taylor

1

Fredericton

35

Starbucks D221

Shiba Farhani

4

Richmond Hill

36

Starbucks Edmonton South

Jilian Labrech

1

Edmonton Millwoods

37

Starbucks District 231

Won Kyung Choi

1

Toronto Sherbourne

38

D2134 Newmarket

Naedine Heron

4

Newmarket

39

Starbucks District 2094- Markham

Tiffany Mak

1

Stouffville

40

Edmonton Downtown

Esma Sawyer

3

Edmonton Downtown

41

StarbucksSarnia

Anita Vickers

2

Sarnia Bay

42

District 266

Lisa Hartwick

3

Brantford

43

Starbucks Canada - Cochrane

Toni Konecsni

1

Cochrane

44

Clover square starbucks

Debbie Lilly

1

Surrey Cloverdale

#

Name

Team Name

Donors

Location

Raised

1

Annastasia Wagar

Starbucks 3123 HRM

8

Halifax Lower Sackville

600.00

2

Trevino Betty

District 235 and 1964

1

Kitchener

500.00

3

Adelène Middleton

D3089

6

St. Catharines

295.00

4

Janie Groulx

Starbucks Toronto Regional Office

1

Etobicoke Lakeshore

250.00

5

Andrew Young

Starbucks Saskatoon

3

Saskatoon

225.00

6

Trie Truttman

Starbucks Manitoba

1

Winnipeg St. Boniface

200.00

7

Jenny Slorach

Team D263

1

Richmond Hill

200.00

8

Candice-Leigh Gray

District 235 and 1964

1

Kitchener

200.00

9

Kimberly Davy

Starbucks District 2013

1

St. Catharines

150.00

10

Jennefer Sargent

District 266 Starbucks

1

Waterdown

150.00

11

Sheryl Doiron

Starbucks- District 212

1

London

150.00

12

Michael McGahon

District 2134!

3

Stouffville

150.00

13

Cristine Ellis

StarbucksD267

1

Windsor Downtown

150.00

14

Celia Kroker

Starbucks Manitoba

1

Winnipeg St. Boniface

150.00

15

Ted Diaz

Starbucks District 241

1

Brampton Downtown

150.00

16

trevor voogt

D3089

1

St. Catharines

150.00

17

Tammi La Pointe

District 266 Starbucks

1

Waterdown

125.00

18

Eric Knight

Starbucks- District 212

1

London

100.00

19

Marsha Dorsey

Starbucks Cobourg

1

Port Hope

100.00

20

Mark Akey

Starbucks D2094 Scarborough

1

Scarborough East

80.00

21

Colleen Deforest

Starbucks District 2013

2

St. Catharines

70.00

22

Rob Middleton

D3089

1

St. Catharines

50.00

23

Starbucks Highland

District 235 and 1964

1

Kitchener

50.00

24

Sky Skerry

D2011 Karries Karers

1

Oakville North

50.00

25

June Vander-Hoek

Starbucks 17191

1

Salmon Arm

50.00

26

chris Ali

Starbucks D2094 Scarborough

1

Scarborough East

50.00

27

Love Bo

Starbucks Saskatoon

2

Saskatoon

50.00

28

Holly Perley

Starbucks District 2013

2

St. Catharines

50.00

29

Rosa Mordasiewicz

StarbucksKingston

1

Kingston

50.00

30

Ania Pellerin

Starbucks D266 - Hamilton mountain

1

Hamilton Mountain

50.00

31

Tara Foster

Starbucks- District 212

1

London

50.00

32

Shaylee Butler

50th Street Market Starbucks

1

Edmonton Millwoods

50.00

33

Heather Jones

CNOY 2024 District 236- Salmon Arm

1

Salmon Arm

25.00

34

Stephie Klassen

Starbucks District 228 and District 216

1

North Vancouver

25.00

35

Kate Parker

Merritt Starbucks

Salmon Arm

36

Shannon Le Blanc

Starbucks Canada - Kelowna

Kelowna

37

Em Hunter

D2134 Newmarket

Newmarket

38

Avijay Nundy

Starbucks Saskatoon

Saskatoon

39

Melissa Rodway

Starbucks Canada - Calgary

Calgary Inglewood

40

River Parker

Starbucks- District 212

London

41

Toni Konecsni

Starbucks Canada - Cochrane

Cochrane

42

Stephanie Roberts

Starbucks Canada - Airdrie

Airdrie

43

Kristal Parker

Starbucks- District 212

London

44

Jennifer Rayson

StarbucksSarnia

Sarnia Bay

45

Lance Green

Starbucks Canada - Kelowna

Kelowna

46

Michelle Krywolt

Starbucks3031

Burnaby

47

Christina Aslin

Starbucks Cobourg

Port Hope

48

Carly Conroy

Starbucks Cobourg

Port Hope

49

Shehani Perera

Starbucks D251

Maple Ridge

50

Lady Jan Rocheleau

StarbucksD267

Windsor Downtown

51

Josh Dykstra

CNOY 2024 District 236- Salmon Arm

Salmon Arm

52

Gagandeep Singh

CNOY 2024 District 236- Salmon Arm

Salmon Arm

53

Jasmine Lawrence

D1962

Toronto Queen Liberty

54

Amanda Aspden

District 235 and 1964

Kitchener

55

June Vander-Hoek

CNOY 2024 District 236- Salmon Arm

Salmon Arm

56

mélissa boivin

Starbucks - D2001

Montreal Downtown

57

Faaria Khan

Edmonton Downtown

Edmonton Downtown

58

Sierra Schuler

District 266

Brantford

59

Kathleene Stoesz

Starbucks Saskatoon

Saskatoon

60

Devon Eccles

D3045

London

61

Voltex Broughton

D3045

London

62

Kat Chapman

District 266

Brantford

63

Sarah Ker

Starbucks District 2013

St. Catharines

64

Kadee Scovil

Starbucks Manitoba

Winnipeg St. Boniface

65

Alex McNaughton

Starbucks Canada - Calgary

Calgary Inglewood

66

Holly Udell

Stony Plain Starbucks

Spruce Grove

67

Sarah Rafferty

D3045

London

68

Tori Rocha

District 235 and 1964

Kitchener

69

Vincent de Gaye

Starbucks District 210

Chilliwack

70

Casandra Willis

D2011 Karries Karers

Oakville North

71

Andrew Phillips

Starbucks Manitoba

Winnipeg St. Boniface

72

Chairmain Belda

Starbucks Manitoba

Winnipeg St. Boniface

73

Anthony Reyes-Fournier

Starbucks Manitoba

Winnipeg St. Boniface

74

Nathan Martin

District 266 Starbucks

Waterdown

75

Toni Bruner

Starbucks Toronto Regional Office

Etobicoke Lakeshore

76

Naedine Heron

D2134 Newmarket

Newmarket

77

Won Kyung Choi

Starbucks District 231

Toronto Sherbourne

78

Jilian Labrech

Starbucks Edmonton South

Edmonton Millwoods

79

Sonia Lam

District 2134!

Stouffville

80

Kevin Moffatt

D2134 Newmarket

Newmarket

81

Laura Saad

District 2134!

Stouffville

82

Esma Sawyer

Edmonton Downtown

Edmonton Downtown

83

Charlize Ebert

Starbucks D221

Richmond Hill

84

Isa Garcia Morado

Starbucks D221

Richmond Hill

85

Bettina Relopez

Starbucks D221

Richmond Hill

86

Shiba Farhani

Starbucks D221

Richmond Hill

87

Tanya Castillo (Team Dusk)

Starbucks District 241

Brampton Downtown

88

Jordan Taylor

Starbucks Fredericton

Fredericton

89

Farhia Omar

Edmonton Downtown

Edmonton Downtown

90

Pam Sider

Starbucks D2094 Scarborough

Scarborough East

91

Bailey Chaisson

District 235 and 1964

Kitchener

92

Shaelynn Tabish

50th Street Market Starbucks

Edmonton Millwoods

93

Madison Langelaan

Starbucks District 2013

St. Catharines

94

Lisa Hartwick

District 266

Brantford

95

Tyler James Koyanagi

Starbucks District 2013

St. Catharines

96

Heather Haight

Team D263

Richmond Hill

97

Karrie Palazzo

Starbucks- District 212

London

98

Alyss Fougere

Starbucks- District 212

London

99

Nikita Cidilo

Starbucks District 2013

St. Catharines

100

Marla Cook

Starbucks Saskatoon

Saskatoon

101

Chloe Chartrand

Starbucks- District 212

London

102

Danielle Needham

Starbucks- District 212

London

103

Anita Vickers

StarbucksSarnia

Sarnia Bay

104

Amanda Hardinge

District 235 and 1964

Kitchener

105

Blythe York

D2134 Newmarket

Newmarket

106

Tiffany Mak

Starbucks District 2094- Markham

Stouffville

107

Tiffany Danac

Starbucks Saskatoon

Saskatoon

108

Jordan Smith

StarbucksKingston

Kingston

109

Debbie Lilly

Clover square starbucks

Surrey Cloverdale

2023 CNOY Photos

Here's a collection of our favourite photos from CNOY 2023 nationwide - special thanks to our many volunteer photographers who sent them in!

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