Raised:
$21,316
42%Goal:
$50,000

Campbell River

Hosted by Campbell River Transition Society

92Walkers18Teams24Volunteers19Days 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

Campbell River (Campbell River Transition Society) is super grateful for our fantastic 2023 sponsors! View all sponsors >

Campbell River 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

Transition Society Angels

Lori Hirst

17

3,850.00

2

MNP Campbell River

Alena Johnson

4

1,270.00

3

CR Rotary

Darlene Garat

4

1,250.00

4

CR RCMP

Julie Clelland

3

1,100.00

5

TD Bank Campbell River

Corene Bevan

2

1,000.00

6

Putting the BRR in the VIR (Violence in Relationships Committee)

Myra Kohler

7

925.00

7

Walmart Campbell River

Kassandra Fryer

10

625.00

8

Shiver City Citizens, Council and Staff

Tanille Johnston

2

435.00

9

VIMHS to WIN IT

Chelsey Shaw

9

315.00

10

Western Westcoast Walkers

Cathy Gudbranson

7

206.70

11

The Chilly Walkers

Lesley Schmidt

2

150.00

12

The Walk&Talkers

Charlene Bazowski

1

100.00

13

Cavallo Spa

Maritza Herrera

1

50.00

14

SasSquad

Rachel Cain

5

15

MCFD

Sarah Brenkley

4

16

John Howard/Foundry CR

Michele Vanderwoude

2

17

CUPE Cruisers

Andrea Craddock

1

18

Kinette Club of Campbell River

Leslie Thomlinson

6

#

Name

Team Name

Donors

Raised

1

Diane Palmer

Transition Society Angels

3

2,230.00

2

Corene Bevan

TD Bank Campbell River

9

1,000.00

3

Julie Clelland

CR RCMP

9

850.00

4

Darlene Garat

CR Rotary

3

800.00

5

Gloria Jackson

Putting the BRR in the VIR (Violence in Relationships Committee)

11

550.00

6

Valery Puetz

Transition Society Angels

1

500.00

7

Joelle Samson

Shiver City Citizens, Council and Staff

6

330.00

8

Emily Thompson

MNP Campbell River

2

270.00

9

Cindy Evans

CR Rotary

1

250.00

10

Pat Grono

Transition Society Angels

1

250.00

11

Myra Kohler

Putting the BRR in the VIR (Violence in Relationships Committee)

5

225.00

12

Alena Johnson

MNP Campbell River

3

200.00

13

Emily Smith Marsh

Transition Society Angels

4

200.00

14

Kristi Schwanicke

VIMHS to WIN IT

3

175.00

15

Alison Skrepneck

Transition Society Angels

4

160.00

16

Lesley Schmidt

The Chilly Walkers

1

150.00

17

Kate Broadhead

Transition Society Angels

3

150.00

18

ALANA STRACHAN

Walmart Campbell River

2

125.00

19

Natalie Force

Transition Society Angels

4

115.00

20

Tanille Johnston

Shiver City Citizens, Council and Staff

3

105.00

21

Kassandra Fryer

Walmart Campbell River

2

100.00

22

Charlene Bazowski

The Walk&Talkers

2

100.00

23

Chastity Edgar

Walmart Campbell River

1

100.00

24

Melissa Laslo

VIMHS to WIN IT

1

100.00

25

Denise Girvin

CR RCMP

1

100.00

26

Lori Tait

Transition Society Angels

2

90.00

27

Cathy Gudbranson

Western Westcoast Walkers

4

81.70

28

Shae Prendergast

Transition Society Angels

1

50.00

29

Jana Modras

CR Rotary

1

50.00

30

Amie Underhill

Western Westcoast Walkers

2

50.00

31

Scott McMahon

MNP Campbell River

1

50.00

32

Brooke Gudbranson

Western Westcoast Walkers

2

50.00

33

Lela Kulesh

Putting the BRR in the VIR (Violence in Relationships Committee)

1

50.00

34

Jessica March

VIMHS to WIN IT

1

40.00

35

Tami Riecker

2

40.00

36

Hali Broadhead

Transition Society Angels

1

25.00

37

Alec Broadhead

Transition Society Angels

1

25.00

38

Carmella Rees

VIMHS to WIN IT

39

Mez Jiwaji

Putting the BRR in the VIR (Violence in Relationships Committee)

40

lokendra rathore

Walmart Campbell River

41

Maritza Herrera

Cavallo Spa

42

Dawn McMillan

Kinette Club of Campbell River

43

Michael Latham

VIMHS to WIN IT

44

Jacob Koomen

CR Rotary

45

Cecilia Plecas

SasSquad

46

Shelley Ingle

Walmart Campbell River

47

Mandie Hutchinson

Walmart Campbell River

48

Irene Brown

Western Westcoast Walkers

49

Akriti Pandey

Walmart Campbell River

50

Andrea Craddock

CUPE Cruisers

51

Amanda Turner

SasSquad

52

ISABEL GONZALEZ GERVASINI

Walmart Campbell River

53

Jason Roseboom

Walmart Campbell River

54

SHERRI LYNN YOUNG

55

Rachel Birch

Putting the BRR in the VIR (Violence in Relationships Committee)

56

Pamela Z

Walmart Campbell River

57

Melissa Smart

TD Bank Campbell River

58

Rebecca Tate

The Chilly Walkers

59

Lori Bull

SasSquad

60

Joanne Millar

Kinette Club of Campbell River

61

Liz Mayo

Kinette Club of Campbell River

62

Michele Babchuk

63

Aden Monks

64

Laura Koester

VIMHS to WIN IT

65

Lonnie Howat

VIMHS to WIN IT

66

Haley Sopracolle

MNP Campbell River

67

Michele Vanderwoude

John Howard/Foundry CR

68

Chelsey Shaw

VIMHS to WIN IT

69

Hayley Burkitt

Transition Society Angels

70

Jamie Broadhead

Transition Society Angels

71

Kirsten Zaleschuk

Transition Society Angels

72

Sonya Berns

Transition Society Angels

73

Lori Hirst

Transition Society Angels

74

Shannon McKirgan

John Howard/Foundry CR

75

Jocelyn Whyte

Putting the BRR in the VIR (Violence in Relationships Committee)

76

Kia Everson

SasSquad

77

Rachel Cain

SasSquad

78

Sakshi Sakshi

Western Westcoast Walkers

79

Kelly Drinkwater

Western Westcoast Walkers

80

Andria Carmichael

Kinette Club of Campbell River

81

Jenn Harsch

Western Westcoast Walkers

82

Jordanna Southall

MCFD

83

Patty Westwood

Kinette Club of Campbell River

84

Keri Smith

CR RCMP

85

Amy Canning

VIMHS to WIN IT

86

Melissa Petersen

MCFD

87

Karyn Kolkka

Transition Society Angels

88

Anny Finnegan

MCFD

89

Sarah Brenkley

MCFD

90

Leslie Thomlinson

Kinette Club of Campbell River

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 Campbell River Transition Society

CAMPBELL RIVER AND NORTH ISLAND TRANSITION SOCIETY (CRNITS) is a registered non-profit organization with a mission to provide safe shelter and services for vulnerable women and their children fleeing violence on northern Vancouver Island. For over thirty years the Society has worked to improve on and implement new services directly related to the issue of violence against women.


Our services include Ann Elmore Transitions House, Rose Harbour total change program/second stage housing, Women's Drop-In Center and our new build, Eagle Harbour. Upon completion in the Fall of 2023 Eagle Harbour will offer both second stage and long-term housing with a focus on senior women.


CRNITS is a charitable organization registered with the Canada Revenue Agency.

Event Day Details

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

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Rose Harbour

1116 Dogwood Street

Campbell River

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!

Campbell River 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 Campbell River 2023

Diane Palmer Event Director
Phone 2502877384
Email transitions@annelmorehouse.ca

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