Raised:
$7,616
12%Goal:
$60,000

Barrie

Hosted by Youth Haven

108Walkers23Teams30Days Left

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, walk, and fundraise! It’s cold out there... but there’s no place like home.

Community Sponsors

Barrie (Youth Haven) is super grateful for our fantastic 2022 sponsors! View all sponsors >

Barrie 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 scoreboard >

Teams
Walkers

#

Team Name

Captain

Members

Raised

1

Strong as CEMENT ‘98

Cassandra Wood

12

2,506.00

2

OECTA Simcoe Muskoka

Kent MacDonald

6

765.00

3

Harris | Clemmens Team

Cindy Cotton

7

665.00

4

Holy Walkamole

Murray Watson

6

470.00

5

Team Shipley

Errin Dickins

4

450.00

6

RBC BARRIE and AREA

Martha Baker

4

395.00

7

Jay's Sticky Buns

Charissa Nicoletti

16

365.00

8

Burton Avenue United Church

Angelika Kerr

3

300.00

9

The Frozen Vegetables

Jessica Van Dorsselaer

3

250.00

10

Community Builders Construction

Shawna Bailey

3

245.00

11

OSSTF District 17

Donna Beischlag

1

200.00

12

Starbucks Barrie

Fiona Reed

5

170.00

13

AG Secure Barrie

Carolle Hilton

2

150.00

14

WestminsterWalkers

Julie Cunha

2

150.00

15

Youth Haven

nicole barkley

1

100.00

16

Barrie Native Friendship Centre

Paige Russell

4

70.00

17

BFMC youth

Abigail Bennett

4

30.00

18

Barrie Police Service

Kathryn Chytuk

3

25.00

19

CFUW Barrie and District Warmhearted Sisters

Anne Snell

1

20

The Clark Five

Helena Dryfhout-Clark

1

21

With Grace

Arianna Goarley

1

22

BVM Neighbours for Youth

Leslie Varsava

3

23

Night walkers

Christine Demarsh

1

#

Name

Team Name

Donors

Raised

1

Cassandra Wood

Strong as CEMENT ‘98

6

786.00

2

Tanya Gibson

Strong as CEMENT ‘98

8

775.00

3

Breanna Clement

Strong as CEMENT ‘98

6

400.00

4

Martha Baker

RBC BARRIE and AREA

6

375.00

5

Jordan Churchley

Strong as CEMENT ‘98

2

250.00

6

Doug Shipley

Team Shipley

1

250.00

7

Angelika Kerr

Burton Avenue United Church

1

250.00

8

Murray Watson

Holy Walkamole

4

225.00

9

Carl Bondi

The Frozen Vegetables

6

200.00

10

Jen Thompson

Jay's Sticky Buns

3

200.00

11

Donna Beischlag

OSSTF District 17

3

200.00

12

Christine Mink-Hiles

Holy Walkamole

5

195.00

13

Joshua Goodeill

OECTA Simcoe Muskoka

4

190.00

14

Coreena Froude

Community Builders Construction

5

170.00

15

Kayla Churchley

Strong as CEMENT ‘98

3

150.00

16

Errin Dickins

Team Shipley

2

150.00

17

Cindy Cotton

Harris | Clemmens Team

5

145.00

18

Bill Clement

Strong as CEMENT ‘98

2

125.00

19

Lisa Smeets

WestminsterWalkers

2

100.00

20

Christine Kelsey

1

100.00

21

Rob Hilton

AG Secure Barrie

1

100.00

22

Mary Franssen

Starbucks Barrie

3

95.00

23

Andrew Erb

2

80.00

24

KYLE TILLEY

OECTA Simcoe Muskoka

2

75.00

25

Fiona Reed

Starbucks Barrie

3

75.00

26

Kathrin Veenstra

Jay's Sticky Buns

1

70.00

27

Jenn Carpino

2

70.00

28

Brendan Clemmens

Harris | Clemmens Team

3

70.00

29

Charity Sarsfield

1

50.00

30

Julie Cunha

WestminsterWalkers

1

50.00

31

nicole barkley

Youth Haven

1

50.00

32

Ross Harris

Harris | Clemmens Team

1

50.00

33

Carolle Hilton

AG Secure Barrie

1

50.00

34

Kim Makarenko

Harris | Clemmens Team

1

50.00

35

Abigail Bennett

BFMC youth

1

30.00

36

Michelle Nikitin

Jay's Sticky Buns

1

25.00

37

Shawna Bailey

Community Builders Construction

1

25.00

38

Shannon Calladine

Barrie Police Service

1

25.00

39

Charmaine Nolan

Barrie Native Friendship Centre

1

20.00

40

Cristal Major

RBC BARRIE and AREA

1

20.00

41

Erin Netzke

Jay's Sticky Buns

1

20.00

42

Joslyn Clement

Strong as CEMENT ‘98

1

20.00

43

Michael Boht

Strong as CEMENT ‘98

44

Brooke Brown

Jay's Sticky Buns

45

Rylie M

BFMC youth

46

Trista Farrell

47

Maddy Hoover

BFMC youth

48

Briana O'Brien

Burton Avenue United Church

49

Christine Demarsh

Night walkers

50

Anderson Valerie

Strong as CEMENT ‘98

51

Maria Paula Andrea Acosta Pinilla

52

Jay McIntyre

BFMC youth

53

Austin Ransier

Strong as CEMENT ‘98

54

Lana Spence

Harris | Clemmens Team

55

Daniela Rodas

Starbucks Barrie

56

Blair Tinianov

Jay's Sticky Buns

57

Marni O'Brien

Burton Avenue United Church

58

Joanne Farrell

Jay's Sticky Buns

59

Joe Lacava

Starbucks Barrie

60

Sarah Ingham

Jay's Sticky Buns

61

Anne Snell

CFUW Barrie and District Warmhearted Sisters

62

Mo Squires

Jay's Sticky Buns

63

Felicia Brennan

Jay's Sticky Buns

64

Claudia Barkley

The Frozen Vegetables

65

Allison Sweetland

66

Patti Tilley

OECTA Simcoe Muskoka

67

Danielle Shannahan

BVM Neighbours for Youth

68

Tanya Yahnke

Harris | Clemmens Team

69

Aleksandra Dimitrijevic

70

Andrea Reyes

71

wyatt mcparland

RBC BARRIE and AREA

72

Tina Howard

Holy Walkamole

73

Sharon Petersen

74

Jenn Carr

75

Alexandra Reyes

76

Arianna Goarley

With Grace

77

SHANNON MCGLYNN

OECTA Simcoe Muskoka

78

Jonathan Rajalingam

Holy Walkamole

79

Cheryl Luymes

Holy Walkamole

80

Alyssa Hendy

OECTA Simcoe Muskoka

81

Christie Bond

82

Michael Suchocki

Barrie Police Service

83

Helena Dryfhout-Clark

The Clark Five

84

Kent MacDonald

OECTA Simcoe Muskoka

85

Peter Clement

Strong as CEMENT ‘98

86

Ethan Churchley

Strong as CEMENT ‘98

87

Tasha Paulus

Starbucks Barrie

88

Brandon Day

Community Builders Construction

89

Susan Parker

RBC BARRIE and AREA

90

Jessica Van Dorsselaer

The Frozen Vegetables

91

Tracey Fox

Barrie Native Friendship Centre

92

Cheryl Migliaccio

Jay's Sticky Buns

93

Shannon Russell

BVM Neighbours for Youth

94

Leslie Varsava

BVM Neighbours for Youth

95

Taylor Ferguson

Barrie Native Friendship Centre

96

Paige Russell

Barrie Native Friendship Centre

97

Evan Nicoletti

Jay's Sticky Buns

98

Ethan Nicoletti

Jay's Sticky Buns

99

Emma Nicoletti

Jay's Sticky Buns

100

Jason Nicoletti

Jay's Sticky Buns

101

Charissa Nicoletti

Jay's Sticky Buns

102

Rachael Tracey

103

Frances Bagley

Holy Walkamole

104

Kathryn Chytuk

Barrie Police Service

Event Day Details

Save the date - CNOY Day is February 26, 2022!

Self-organize your own local team and join us virtually on Saturday, February 26, 2022. Scroll down to read all the event day details!

Start

Join us at the Kiwanis Gazebo beside the South Shore Centre for a 2km or 5km walk along Lakeshore.

Toque Pick-Up Times

Walkers who raise $150+ (adults 18 and over) or $75 (children/youth 17 and under) will receive a CNOY toque as a thank you!


  • Pick-up Times & Locations to be arranged in January
  • Team captains may pick up toques for their whole team if they wish

Have questions? Visit our FAQ section!

Virtual CNOY Day

This is your own self-organized walk! Here are some key things you'll need to do on February 26 (or whatever day in February you decide to walk):


  • Gather with your covid-safe bubble (or on your own)
  • Map out a safe 2-5 km route
  • Let someone know where you are
  • Bring a cell phone in case of emergency
  • Share online as you go! #cnoy22
  • Keep fundraising (half of all fundraising happens in the last week!)
  • Be safe and have fun!

2021 CNOY Photos

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About Youth Haven

122 – the number of youth that were kept from sleeping on the streets in 2020.

23 - the number of youth in our Transitional Program in 2020.

200 + - youth who wouldn’t have had support across Simcoe County without our Outreach Workers.


These youth; your children, your nieces and nephews, brothers and sisters, come to Youth Haven because they are at risk and need help. They want to be housed, finish school, find a job. They have hope that they can build a better life for themselves, they just need an opportunity and the skills to get there. They need to feel safe, have structure and allow themselves to relax, so that they can start to rebuild their lives. We ask you to walk so you can experience a small portion of their journey for yourselves, to bring our community together to take action to help support the health and hope of our young people. To fundraise so that we can offer more.

Contact Us


Youth Haven

Nicole Barkley Director of Services
Toll Free 1.877.743.3413 / Phone 705739.7616
Email nicole@youthhaven.ca

Got questions about the Coldest Night of the Year?
info@cnoy.org | 1.877.743.3413