Raised:
$23,266
33%Goal:
$70,000

Bradford

Hosted by United Way Simcoe Muskoka

165Walkers32Teams20Volunteers19Days 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. Join us on February 25, 2023 - team up, fundraise, walk, and gather for good... because it’s cold out there.

Community Sponsors

Bradford (United Way Simcoe Muskoka) is super grateful for our fantastic 2023 sponsors! View all sponsors >

Bradford 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

United Sole Smashers

Deb Neary

12

2,615.00

2

South Simcoe Police

Steve Black

9

1,565.00

3

These boots are made for walkin'

Becca Litz

4

1,550.00

4

Royal Bank Bradford

Jacki Kerr

12

1,125.00

5

Reali's No Frills

Justin Martin

17

1,060.00

6

McKee Pownall Marchers

Karen Sherman

6

1,020.00

7

Fieldcrest Falcons

Stephanie Vanderkooy

18

960.00

8

Town of BWG

James Leduc

8

945.00

9

The Walkaholics

Jordan Martin

9

730.00

10

Sweet Soles

Jeanette Faria

2

660.00

11

Harvest Hills Staff

Meredith Fleming

6

650.00

12

Quota Quick Steps

Sandra Donnelly

4

550.00

13

FCC Phoenix

Lynne Brown

3

500.00

14

Commanders

Jillian Harding

2

305.00

15

Bradford Bahai Women's Group

Noora Akhavan

1

290.00

16

SWAN Bradford

Jessica Crossan

8

261.00

17

Team Martin/Hebert

Nathalie Hebert

2

250.00

18

Helping Hand Food Bank

Carolyn Khan

3

195.00

19

Night Owls

Sonny Martin

4

160.00

20

Marshview Mallards

Helen Flannery

2

150.00

21

W. H. Day Thunderbolts

Lindsey Hammersley

7

150.00

22

Kumi Canada Corporation

Erin Thompson

3

100.00

23

Promise Church Pedestrians

Danielle Van Ee

3

85.00

24

YouthCALL Crew

Amanda Fellows

6

50.00

25

Union FC

Gianpiero Di Palma

2

50.00

26

Dracup Insurance

Cassidy Hilliard

2

50.00

27

Tracey MacFarlane Support Services (the Bradford Family Support Network for Autism, Dev Dis.)

Tracey MacFarlane

2

20.00

28

Starbucks West

Laura Broadhurst

1

29

Bradford Mammas

Genna Colucci

1

30

Scrambled Legs

Paige Cooper

1

31

The Mom crew

Emily Stevenson

1

32

Starbucks West

Amy Foster

1

#

Name

Team Name

Donors

Raised

1

Suzanne Prosser

United Sole Smashers

10

1,170.00

2

Becca Litz

These boots are made for walkin'

15

840.00

3

Bill Davidson

South Simcoe Police

5

725.00

4

Xiomara MacCallum

Royal Bank Bradford

6

405.00

5

Jenna Bailey

These boots are made for walkin'

4

360.00

6

Anne Ollikainen

Quota Quick Steps

2

350.00

7

Nele Meuleman

Sweet Soles

10

345.00

8

London Brownlee

Reali's No Frills

2

330.00

9

Jeanette Faria

Sweet Soles

7

315.00

10

Devon Martin

Reali's No Frills

11

290.00

11

Karen Sherman

McKee Pownall Marchers

4

275.00

12

Krista Sherman

McKee Pownall Marchers

3

275.00

13

Jenn Manuge

Harvest Hills Staff

7

270.00

14

Jacki Kerr

Royal Bank Bradford

3

270.00

15

Trisha Pinho

Royal Bank Bradford

3

250.00

16

Noora Akhavan

Bradford Bahai Women's Group

1

250.00

17

Nathalie Hebert

Team Martin/Hebert

4

250.00

18

Anne Wright

FCC Phoenix

3

250.00

19

Samantha DaSilva

Commanders

4

245.00

20

Audrey Cos

Fieldcrest Falcons

4

220.00

21

Anita Connolly

6

220.00

22

Kellie Martin

These boots are made for walkin'

4

220.00

23

Sandra Smith

FCC Phoenix

3

200.00

24

Maddison Fitz-Gerald

South Simcoe Police

1

200.00

25

Kassandra Beck

South Simcoe Police

5

190.00

26

Shelby Tinney

United Sole Smashers

4

175.00

27

Marianne Ortepi

McKee Pownall Marchers

3

175.00

28

Cara Hobley

Harvest Hills Staff

4

170.00

29

Kate Robinson

McKee Pownall Marchers

3

170.00

30

Lauren O'Hearn

Fieldcrest Falcons

3

150.00

31

Michelle DeGrace

Fieldcrest Falcons

5

150.00

32

Sonny Martin

Night Owls

3

150.00

33

Linda Kranich

Quota Quick Steps

5

150.00

34

Brian Shelley

United Sole Smashers

2

150.00

35

Rosi Martin

United Sole Smashers

2

145.00

36

Jordan Martin

The Walkaholics

5

135.00

37

Olivia Gadsden

The Walkaholics

2

130.00

38

Steve Black

South Simcoe Police

2

125.00

39

Jaelyn Stairs

McKee Pownall Marchers

3

125.00

40

Delaina Dailey

Fieldcrest Falcons

3

125.00

41

Justin Martin

Reali's No Frills

4

115.00

42

Morgan Smith

The Walkaholics

5

115.00

43

Alexis Brownlee

Reali's No Frills

1

100.00

44

Emily Helman

W. H. Day Thunderbolts

1

100.00

45

ella brownlee

Reali's No Frills

1

100.00

46

Leah Wells

United Sole Smashers

1

100.00

47

Rachel Trow

Fieldcrest Falcons

2

100.00

48

Desarie Perna

Royal Bank Bradford

1

100.00

49

Geoff McKnight

Town of BWG

1

100.00

50

Carolyn Khan

Helping Hand Food Bank

2

100.00

51

Alex Hughes

United Sole Smashers

1

100.00

52

Shari Goss

SWAN Bradford

1

100.00

53

Rebekah Vaughan

United Sole Smashers

1

100.00

54

Emma Burton

The Walkaholics

3

100.00

55

Chantel Dalton

United Sole Smashers

1

100.00

56

Michelle Surgenor

United Sole Smashers

1

100.00

57

Morgan Tinney

United Sole Smashers

2

100.00

58

Deb Neary

United Sole Smashers

1

100.00

59

Rachel Robbins

The Walkaholics

2

80.00

60

Ella Beeston

The Walkaholics

2

75.00

61

Jonathan Scott

Town of BWG

2

70.00

62

Jillian Harding

Commanders

3

60.00

63

David Anderson

W. H. Day Thunderbolts

1

50.00

64

Jennifer Curry

SWAN Bradford

1

50.00

65

Erin Thompson

Kumi Canada Corporation

1

50.00

66

Amanda Fellows

YouthCALL Crew

1

50.00

67

Jackie White

Town of BWG

1

50.00

68

Chelsey Rivet

South Simcoe Police

1

50.00

69

Hunter Magyar

Reali's No Frills

1

50.00

70

Sandra Donnelly

Quota Quick Steps

2

50.00

71

James Leduc

Town of BWG

1

50.00

72

Erin Troian

South Simcoe Police

1

50.00

73

Lisa Arruda

Fieldcrest Falcons

1

50.00

74

Brett Reid

Reali's No Frills

1

50.00

75

Steve Hawke

Kumi Canada Corporation

1

50.00

76

Donna Lutchman

Helping Hand Food Bank

1

50.00

77

Jessica Crossan

SWAN Bradford

2

46.00

78

Rachel Robbins

The Walkaholics

2

45.00

79

Stephanie Columbus

These boots are made for walkin'

2

40.00

80

Danielle Van Ee

Promise Church Pedestrians

1

35.00

81

Dillon McDowell

Helping Hand Food Bank

1

25.00

82

Lauren Hammersley

The Walkaholics

1

25.00

83

Sharon McCormick

United Sole Smashers

1

25.00

84

Breanna Youkhana

Reali's No Frills

1

25.00

85

Tamara Klic

SWAN Bradford

1

25.00

86

Stephanie Skelton

Fieldcrest Falcons

1

25.00

87

Dawna Barrett

Fieldcrest Falcons

1

25.00

88

Sarah Loftus

Harvest Hills Staff

1

25.00

89

Stephanie Hammersley

The Walkaholics

1

25.00

90

Madelaine Crossan

SWAN Bradford

2

20.00

91

Isobel Crossan

SWAN Bradford

2

20.00

92

Michelle Major

Fieldcrest Falcons

1

20.00

93

Tracey MacFarlane

Tracey MacFarlane Support Services (the Bradford Family Support Network for Autism, Dev Dis.)

1

20.00

94

Heather Walton

Harvest Hills Staff

1

10.00

95

Jeff Manning

Night Owls

1

10.00

96

Brandon Pahl

Royal Bank Bradford

97

Robyn Smith

98

Dana Corporon

South Simcoe Police

99

Jordan Bobala

Reali's No Frills

100

Greyson Greyson

Reali's No Frills

101

Thalia Goudarzi

Royal Bank Bradford

102

Stephanie Vanderkooy

Fieldcrest Falcons

103

Carsyn Elliott

Reali's No Frills

104

Peter Reali

Reali's No Frills

105

Cándida Flores

Reali's No Frills

106

Aiden Kapralik

Reali's No Frills

107

Tiffany Tyrrell-Shand

Promise Church Pedestrians

108

Jolene Ortega

Promise Church Pedestrians

109

Krysta Kay

Royal Bank Bradford

110

Krystal Zions

W. H. Day Thunderbolts

111

Tracy Ripley

W. H. Day Thunderbolts

112

Marlene Waite

W. H. Day Thunderbolts

113

Tereena Clarke

Fieldcrest Falcons

114

Donovan Jones

Fieldcrest Falcons

115

Carly Williams

SWAN Bradford

116

Heather Wilson

W. H. Day Thunderbolts

117

Svetlana Caldare

Royal Bank Bradford

118

Svetlana Caldare

Royal Bank Bradford

119

Linda Smith

Royal Bank Bradford

120

Katie Kemp

Fieldcrest Falcons

121

Lindsey Hammersley

W. H. Day Thunderbolts

122

Don Gooch

Kumi Canada Corporation

123

Abigail Roman

YouthCALL Crew

124

Samantha Cousins

Fieldcrest Falcons

125

Michelle Bautista

YouthCALL Crew

126

Laura Broadhurst

Starbucks West

127

Dana Egan

Fieldcrest Falcons

128

Natasha Manzone

YouthCALL Crew

129

Patti Thuell

Night Owls

130

Rebekah Calicchia

Dracup Insurance

131

Cassidy Hilliard

Dracup Insurance

132

Genna Colucci

Bradford Mammas

133

David Ward

YouthCALL Crew

134

Ben Verkaik

Town of BWG

135

Autumn Sellers

Reali's No Frills

136

Madelyn Kaszper

Reali's No Frills

137

Shannon Lanns

Fieldcrest Falcons

138

Susan Nixon

Fieldcrest Falcons

139

Emily Stevenson

The Mom crew

140

Noah Sellers

Reali's No Frills

141

Paige Cooper

Scrambled Legs

142

Meredith Fleming

Harvest Hills Staff

143

Katie Tompkins

Harvest Hills Staff

144

Nickolas Harper

Town of BWG

145

Joseph Giordano

Town of BWG

146

Cheraldean Duhaney

Town of BWG

147

Heather Jordan

South Simcoe Police

148

Lynne Brown

FCC Phoenix

149

Holly Doige

150

Laiba Sohail

YouthCALL Crew

151

JAMES ANDERSON

Night Owls

152

Troy Doncses

Tracey MacFarlane Support Services (the Bradford Family Support Network for Autism, Dev Dis.)

153

Aisling Crossan

SWAN Bradford

154

Gianpiero Di Palma

Union FC

155

Helen Flannery

Marshview Mallards

156

Trystan Kunaseharan

Union FC

157

Dianna Ramirez

Royal Bank Bradford

158

Marie Giberson

Quota Quick Steps

159

Isabella Soligo

South Simcoe Police

160

Kim Coutts

Fieldcrest Falcons

161

Amy Foster

Starbucks West

162

Ashley Stephenson

McKee Pownall Marchers

The Challenge

Got a big-hearted business, workplace, group, church, or community? Step up and join the Challenge to compete for your local pride in support of CNOY. Check the National Challengeboard to see more!

About United Way Simcoe Muskoka

Poverty is an everyday reality for almost 50,000 of our friends, family and neighbours, limiting potential, increasing physical and mental health risks and raising obstacles that most people never even have to think about.


Tackling a problem as big as poverty will take all of us. United Way Simcoe Muskoka mobilizes the caring power of community to address social issues. By collaborating with local agencies, community members, government agencies, and businesses, we can address the root causes of poverty and isolation and drive long-lasting change. That’s why your United Way is funding multi-year collaborative projects across Simcoe Muskoka.


In Bradford, that project is YouthCALL Service Link, a live-answer telephone service that is assisting transitional-aged youth in a time when they need it most. While many services exist for adults and children, those transitioning into adulthood are often left without resources or help. All this despite the fact that transitional-aged youth experience higher rates of mental health challenges and addiction, and LGBTQ+ youth are at increased risk of poverty due to family rejection, social isolation, homelessness, and a lack of education and employment opportunities.

That’s where YouthCALL comes in. By working one-on-one with local youth, the Community Service Navigator at YouthCALL can help with:

- Crisis Support

- Mental Health

- Addictions

- Housing

- Finances

- Primary Care

- Employment

- Education

- Legal Services

YouthCALL also partners with the Gilbert Centre to ensure that LGBTQ+ youth have the supports they need. So far, YouthCALL has helped connect hundreds of youth with critical, sometimes life-saving, services.


Here’s what one YouthCALL recipient had to say about her time with the program and Kim, the Community Service Navigator:

“Kim has helped me with many things and has always gone above and beyond. When I first met Kim, she helped me find housing by helping me message or call people for a room. I also sent her a lease to read over with me, as well as getting back into school by planning with me and telling one of the teachers about me. I know I can call Kim for help whenever I need to. Kim has even had meetings with me just to help with homework if I was behind or not understanding something. Overall, Kim has helped me with anything I have needed help with or even just to talk. I’m really glad Kim was there to help when I started living alone as it for sure made the process a lot easier.”


In addition to YouthCALL, your United Way supports projects that help those transitioning out of homelessness or domestic violence into a new home, connects social and primary health services, empowers mainstream organizations to grow Indigenous cultural safety practices, and supports individuals and families in times of crisis by providing modest, short-term emergency funds when existing social services aren’t able to help.

Event Day Details

Save the date - CNOY Day is February 25, 2023!

StartGoogle Map

125 Simcoe Rd, Bradford

Schedule

  • 4:00 pm: Meet Check-in opens
  • 5:00 pm: Move Opening remarks + send-off
  • 6:00 pm: Munch Light meal served
  • 7:00 pm: Mosey Goodbye + Go Home

Not able to join us in person on CNOY Day? We hope you'll register to fundraise and walk offsite with friends and family.

Route Details

  • Route Distances: Check out the maps below to see where we will be walking.
  • Rest stop: Keep an eye out for opportunities to rest and refresh with yummy snacks along the route.
  • Signage: All routes will be well-signed with our bold blue CNOY signs.
  • Route Support: Route marshals, rest stop hosts, and support vehicle drivers provide support along the route.
  • 12 and under walkers must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.
  • Pets: We love our little furballs like you do, but pets are not permitted at the Coldest Night of the Year except for approved and trained service animals.

Read more about our pet policy here: FAQ: pets.

Check-In

  • All walkers must check-in personally to participate in the in-person event on Saturday, February 25, 2023.
  • Toques! Fundraising walkers who raise $150+ (or $75+ for those under 18) will receive a CNOY toque as a thank you on event day, while supplies last.

Have questions? Visit the FAQ section!

Handling Money

  • Credit Card: The Best Option! Simple, secure, automatically tax receipted for gifts of $20+. Visit the Donate page, share your personal page link, or have your donor call CNOY Head Office.
  • Cheques: The Old Faithful - made out to Coldest Night of the Year with your name on the Memo line. Mail them to CNOY Head Office along with your completed pledge sheet.
  • Cash: You have 2 options:
  • 1. Login to FundHub, click “Enter $$ and Cheques,” create pledges for your cash donations, pay them off with your personal credit card, and keep the cash. OR...
  • 2. Write a cheque (made out to “Coldest Night of the Year”) for the total amount of cash you’ve collected. Mail it to the CNOY Head Office with your completed pledge sheet.

Waivers

All participants must register online and accept the electronic waiver.

  • Adults: When you register online, you automatically accept an electronic waiver, which is all that is needed for adults.
  • Youth/Children: If you have youth or children on your team, they will need to have their parent or guardian sign a printed paper waiver.
  • Someone on your team (like you!) must take a photo of all child/youth waivers and send them to waivers@cnoy.org.
  • Waivers will be available at check-in on Event Day.

What to Bring

A few common sense suggestions:

  • A cell phone for emergencies (recommended but not required)
  • Good waterproof shoes/boots for walking
  • Warm coat and mitts/gloves
  • Extra snacks if you have allergies or food sensitivities
  • Your own water bottle
  • A passion for the charity you're walking and fundraising for!

Bradford Maps

Check out this year's CNOY route maps below:

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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Contact Us


CNOY Bradford 2023

Rosi Martin Relationship Manager/Events and Engagement
Phone 905252.9715
Email rmartin@uwsimcoemuskoka.ca

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