Raised:
$2,829
5%Goal:
$50,000

Caledon

Hosted by Caledon Community Services

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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. On Saturday, February 26 this walk is occurring in almost 200 communities across Canada. And in Caledon too! The pandemic is isolating us from one another but it can't stop our commitment to step up for those in our community struggling with precarious housing. PLEASE, team up, walk and fundraise! It’s cold out there... but there’s no place like home.

Caledon 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

Breaking Ground

Monty Laskin

5

939.00

2

Keep On Moving

Karen Schultz

4

650.00

3

Walking for a Better Tomorrow (Life for Youth)

Alexandra Samuels

10

530.00

4

Wakeling Walkers

Denise Sammut

4

225.00

5

Christ Church Bolton

Steve Dranitsaris

2

200.00

6

Silly Old Dog

Skid Crease

1

185.00

7

Starbucks Caledon

Kyle Bryant

1

8

Ice Breaker Squad

Coral McMahan

2

9

Holy Family saints

Carmel Hili

1

10

Team Terra Cotta

Angela Meyer

1

11

Team Terra Cotta

Angela Meyer

1

#

Name

Team Name

Donors

Raised

1

Monty Laskin

Breaking Ground

7

839.00

2

Alexandra Samuels

Walking for a Better Tomorrow (Life for Youth)

4

405.00

3

A D'Ercole

Keep On Moving

1

250.00

4

Karen Schultz

Keep On Moving

7

250.00

5

Martin Buote

Wakeling Walkers

1

100.00

6

WANDA BUOTE

Wakeling Walkers

1

100.00

7

Susan Koschmider

Christ Church Bolton

1

100.00

8

Steve Dranitsaris

Christ Church Bolton

1

100.00

9

Teresa Santos

Keep On Moving

4

80.00

10

Skid Crease

Silly Old Dog

1

50.00

11

Mary Falcone

Walking for a Better Tomorrow (Life for Youth)

1

50.00

12

Ian Armstrong

Breaking Ground

1

50.00

13

Wendy Holyday

Keep On Moving

1

50.00

14

Angela Curro

Walking for a Better Tomorrow (Life for Youth)

2

45.00

15

Joanne Huggins-Bailey

Walking for a Better Tomorrow (Life for Youth)

1

30.00

16

Denise Sammut

Wakeling Walkers

1

25.00

17

Terry McLean

Breaking Ground

1

25.00

18

Cathy Perennec McLean

Breaking Ground

1

25.00

19

Rebecca Hoek

Walking for a Better Tomorrow (Life for Youth)

20

Brody McLean

Breaking Ground

21

Courtney Seitter

22

Peter Seaby

Ice Breaker Squad

23

Anna Deregowski

Walking for a Better Tomorrow (Life for Youth)

24

Angela Meyer

Team Terra Cotta

25

Shannon MacDonald

Walking for a Better Tomorrow (Life for Youth)

26

alex ferranti

Walking for a Better Tomorrow (Life for Youth)

27

Andrea Sauro

28

Carmel Hili

Holy Family saints

29

Grant Sammut

Wakeling Walkers

30

Kyle Bryant

Starbucks Caledon

31

Sydney Crellin

32

Michelle Veinot

Friends and Supporters of CCS!

33

Coral McMahan

Ice Breaker Squad

34

Mike Calabretta

Walking for a Better Tomorrow (Life for Youth)

35

Julia Minna

Walking for a Better Tomorrow (Life for Youth)

36

Angela Meyer

Team Terra Cotta

Event Day Details

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

We can't be "together together" on our walk but we can be together in spirit! Self-organize your own team and join us virtually on Saturday, February 26, 2022. Scroll down to read all the event day details!

Start

We're walking together but virtually so your start location is up to you! However, the Coldest Night of the Year is asking us not only to fundraise in support of those whose housing is precarious and unsafe but also to learn about that difficult life of insecurity.


One way to learn is through experience. We invite you to experience your walk during a cold night and share thoughts on important changes required on your social platforms. #CaledonCNOY2022 will trend across @YourCaledon on Saturday, February 26 and the following days when we will share the walks and thoughts of all sponsors and participants.

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!


  • Your toque will be available for pick-up at The Exchange, CCS' Community Hub, located at 55 Healey Road, Bolton. Drop in on February 24 or 25 between 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
  • 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) but always keep in mind social distancing and masking to care for yourself and others
  • Map out a safe 2-5 km route
  • Bring a cell phone in case of emergency
  • Share online as you go! #CaledonCNOY22. We want pictures for our event video that will be shared with everyone!
  • Keep fundraising on your personal CNOY page. Half of all fundraising happens in the last week! the funds you raise will make a difference for families and individuals
  • Be safe and have fun!

2021 CNOY Photos

Here's a collection of our favourite photos from CNOY 2021 nationwide - special thanks to our many volunteer photographers who sent them in!

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About Caledon Community Services

Within eleven locations throughout the community, Caledon Community Services (CCS) helps shape the future of the Caledon community. We turned 50 this year and aren’t slowing down at all! Our programs address our community’s needs; Coldest Night of the Year is an event that helps us meet so many of those needs.


CCS hosts The Exchange that includes food support, counselling and a range of activities that respond to homelessness and precarious housing. We are also home to so many other programs and services: accessible transportation, a Specialist Clinic, support for seniors, settlement services and language classes for newcomers, employment services for job seekers, paid youth training programs and two retail shopping destinations that support all of our programs. The breadth of our services makes for a package of supports for those struggling with homelessness and precarious housing.

Contact Us


Caledon

Kim D'Eri Manager - The Exchange (Caledon's Community H
Toll Free 1.877.743.3413 / Phone 519.603.2250
Email kderi@ccs4u.org

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