Raised:
$19,730
78%Goal:
$25,000

Campbell River

Hosted by Campbell River Transition Society

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Address: Navy League Hall, 911-13th Ave Map >
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About Campbell River Transition Society

CAMPBELL RIVER AND NORTH ISLAND TRANSITION SOCIETY (CRNITS) is a registered non-profit organization formed for the purpose of providing safe shelter and services for 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 immediate response for those in imminent danger and longer term response for those working to heal the effects of violence and abuse.


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


ANN ELMORE TRANSITION HOUSE is a short-term emergency shelter which provides safe shelter, support services, food, clothing and basic necessities for women, and their children, who are at risk of abuse/violence. There is also a recovery program which includes withdrawal management, supportive recovery and stabilization programs.


ROSE HARBOUR TRANSITIONAL HOUSING is a personal change program that includes time limited subsidized housing and specialized services for clients, with or without children, who are impacted by homelessness, abuse, violence, and/or substance misuse. Programs include in-house life skills and empowerment workshops, SMART recovery, RentSmart, yoga, health services, and a variety of nutritional opportunities. Other specialized services are offered as needs dictate.


CHILD AND YOUTH SUPPORT SERVICES are offered at Ann Elmore House and Rose Harbour. A Child and Youth Support Counsellor combines a variety of techniques to help mothers and their children address the impact of violence and abuse in their lives.


OUTREACH SERVICES are available to women who are not in a residential program. Services include support groups, supportive counselling, advocacy, court support, referrals and, in some remote communities, access to a safe home.

Our COMMUNITY ALLIES program matches a volunteer mentor with one of our clients to provide a support person who is not a profession, but a caring addition to the woman’s support team.


TRANSITION USED FURNITURE AND MORE thrift store is a social enterprise created to provide funding support to society programs. The store utilizes many volunteers and supports pre-employment skill development. Located at 830- 13th Ave in Campbell River – come check it out, there is something for everyone.

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Community Sponsors

Campbell River is super grateful for our fantastic 2018 sponsors - thanks so much! View all CNOY sponsors >

99.7 2day FM
Media Sponsor
Campbell River Mirror
Media Sponsor
Anchor Inn
Goods and Services
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Contact Us


Campbell River Transition Society

Diane Palmer Event Director
toll free 1.877.743.3413 / phone 519.603.2250
email info@blueseaphilanthropy.org

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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

Rose Harbour

Kirsten Zaleschuk

4

2,665.00

2

CRNITS General team

Valery Puetz

12

1,970.00

3

The FROZEN CHOSEN Trinity Church Youth Aniversary Team

Sofie Klein

6

1,860.00

4

Howard Heros

Tricia Murphy

9

1,665.00

5

Ann Elmore transition house

Kate Broadhead

11

1,510.00

6

Transitions Used Furniture & More Store

Diane Palmer

4

935.00

7

North Island NDP

Chris Markevich

6

885.00

8

Rotary Team

Marlene Wright

4

750.00

9

homes give hope

erin macdonald

3

695.00

10

CRBC Connection

June Spelay

2

375.00

11

Susan's Tribe

Susan Trayler

5

374.35

12

Kwakiutl District Council Health

Terry Lee

7

340.00

13

One More Light

Benjamin Olsson

2

291.55

14

Team of Hearts

Cheryl Drake

2

285.00

15

Marin Marketing Team

Shannon Marin

8

205.00

16

A Real Night In BC

Melissa Aydon

9

125.00

17

Frozen Pynecone Express

Karriann Pyne

3

110.00

18

54 Admiral DeWolf

Bruce Gilbert

2

90.00

19

Carihi Interact

Clinton Macadam

3

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Name

Team Name

Donors

Raised

1

Kirsten Zaleschuk

Rose Harbour

21

1,780.00

2

Tricia Murphy

Howard Heros

18

800.00

3

Cheryl Stinson

CRNITS General team

6

670.00

4

Marilyn Rodbom

Transitions Used Furniture & More Store

13

615.00

5

Gloria Jackson

CRNITS General team

12

540.00

6

Kerry Hammell

Howard Heros

19

460.00

7

erin macdonald

homes give hope

7

365.00

8

Lori Hirst

Rose Harbour

12

360.00

9

Lori Tait

Rose Harbour

11

320.00

10

MARITZA HERRERA

Ann Elmore transition house

4

285.00

11

Sofie Klein

The FROZEN CHOSEN Trinity Church Youth Aniversary Team

5

260.00

12

Pat Grono

CRNITS General team

11

260.00

13

Diane Palmer

Transitions Used Furniture & More Store

5

255.00

14

Kate Broadhead

Ann Elmore transition house

8

250.00

15

Valery Puetz

CRNITS General team

6

230.00

16

Marlene Wright

Rotary Team

5

230.00

17

June Spelay

CRBC Connection

9

220.00

18

Joyce Pielou

2

220.00

19

Owen Devaney

homes give hope

2

220.00

20

Lucas Schuller

North Island NDP

8

215.00

21

Alison Skrepneck

Ann Elmore transition house

8

210.00

22

Bonnie McGill

Ann Elmore transition house

7

180.00

23

Lynne Stone

North Island NDP

4

175.00

24

Andrea Craddock

North Island NDP

3

170.00

25

Meghan Harrison

CRNITS General team

10

170.00

26

Griffin Prescott

Howard Heros

5

165.00

27

Terry Lee

Kwakiutl District Council Health

5

160.00

28

Darrell Spelay

CRBC Connection

7

155.00

29

Sara Orr

7

155.00

30

Shae Prendergast

Rose Harbour

5

155.00

31

jane murphy

Howard Heros

3

150.00

32

Susie Pierce

Team of Hearts

1

150.00

33

Benjamin Olsson

One More Light

1

150.00

34

Norma Ashcroft

The FROZEN CHOSEN Trinity Church Youth Aniversary Team

3

150.00

35

Shannon Marin

Marin Marketing Team

4

150.00

36

Ava Defert

Susan's Tribe

4

149.35

37

Lesley Schmidt

One More Light

1

141.55

38

Susan Trayler

Susan's Tribe

4

135.00

39

Cheryl Drake

Team of Hearts

6

135.00

40

Karriann Pyne

Frozen Pynecone Express

3

110.00

41

Deanna Fitton

4

100.00

42

Michele Babchuk

1

95.00

43

Samantha J. Webster

North Island NDP

3

90.00

44

Melissa Aydon

A Real Night In BC

2

80.00

45

Janae McPherson

The FROZEN CHOSEN Trinity Church Youth Aniversary Team

1

75.00

46

Jessica Mcpherson

The FROZEN CHOSEN Trinity Church Youth Aniversary Team

1

75.00

47

Mary Bedard

homes give hope

3

60.00

48

Colin McPherson

54 Admiral DeWolf

2

60.00

49

Sadie Ostler

Howard Heros

1

60.00

50

Michelle Merkel

Robron

1

60.00

51

John Green

The FROZEN CHOSEN Trinity Church Youth Aniversary Team

1

50.00

52

Jan Seads

Ann Elmore transition house

1

50.00

53

Tanya Swanberg

CRNITS General team

1

50.00

54

Shelly Pallen

Ann Elmore transition house

1

40.00

55

Darlene knott

Ann Elmore transition house

1

30.00

56

Cooper Prescott

Howard Heros

3

30.00

57

Tamara Robertson

A Real Night In BC

1

25.00

58

Teri -Jean Marshall

Marin Marketing Team

1

25.00

59

Melanie Erickson

Marin Marketing Team

1

25.00

60

Joe Eley

North Island NDP

1

20.00

61

April Rykers

1

20.00

62

Sheila Janicki

Transitions Used Furniture & More Store

1

15.00

63

Dianne Thomas

Ann Elmore transition house

1

15.00

64

Paige Greenwood

Marin Marketing Team

1

5.00

65

Joanna Fraser

A Real Night In BC

66

Natasha Love

A Real Night In BC

67

Angie Prescott

Howard Heros

68

Aada Scott

69

Anny Finnegan

Howard Heros

70

Jacob Grono

CRNITS General team

71

Louis Debruin

The FROZEN CHOSEN Trinity Church Youth Aniversary Team

72

Maddison Dawson

A Real Night In BC

73

Hunter Dawson

A Real Night In BC

74

Natalie Crawford

Rotary Team

75

Mitzi Larsen

Kwakiutl District Council Health

76

Olivia Harrison

CRNITS General team

77

Melony Larre

Team Hope

78

Zack Ball

Team Hope

79

Clinton Macadam

Carihi Interact

80

Sheldon Revoy

A Real Night In BC

81

janelle slonski

Transitions Used Furniture & More Store

82

Kambell-Ann Pyne

Frozen Pynecone Express

83

Navy Pyne

Frozen Pynecone Express

84

Lisa Marie Gruger

Kwakiutl District Council Health

85

Hali Broadhead

Ann Elmore transition house

86

Chris Markevich

North Island NDP

87

Kristi Parker

Marin Marketing Team

88

Karla van der Griendt

A Real Night In BC

89

Bruce Gilbert

54 Admiral DeWolf

90

Sarah Robinson

Carihi Interact

91

Ken Bell

Kwakiutl District Council Health

92

Jordan Campbell

Kwakiutl District Council Health

93

Tanille Johnston

Kwakiutl District Council Health

94

Bonnie McConnell

Susan's Tribe

95

Samuel Brasch

CRNITS General team

96

Jim Grono

CRNITS General team

97

Hannah Dyck

Marin Marketing Team

98

Ariane Jensen

A Real Night In BC

99

Anais Barnes

Susan's Tribe

100

Donna Holmes

101

AMELIA SWANBERG-VARRIN

CRNITS General team

102

LINKEN SWANBERG-VARRIN

CRNITS General team

103

Alec Broadhead

Ann Elmore transition house

104

Karin Plamondon

Susan's Tribe

105

Lindsay Atkinson

Carihi Interact

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Event Day Details

Save the date - WALK Day is February 24, 2018!


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Navy League Hall

911-13th Ave


Times

Times:

  • 4 pm - Registration opens
  • 5 pm - Opening Ceremonies
  • 5:15 pm - Walk begins (all distances)
  • 6 pm - Registration closes
  • 6pm - Meal service begins
  • 8 pm - Route closes, meal service ends

Between 6:00 and 8:00 pm a warm, light meal will be served to all walkers and volunteers.


Registration

Registration opens at 4:00 pm. All walkers must check-in and sign a waiver form before participating.


Please come prepared with:

  • All cash and cheques payable to "Coldest Night of the Year"
  • Pledge sheet with all donor data filled out completely and neatly OR
  • Post all pledges of cash and cheques online in your personal fundraising page and print off the "My Results Form" and bring with cash or cheques.
  • Bring a signed Waiver Form available online under TOOLS / FORMS on the main site.

Note:

  • 0-10 Free
  • 11-17 - Youth (pay $25 or raise minimum of $75)
  • 18+ - Adult (pay $25 or raise minimum of $150)
  • The toque is for anyone who pays the fee or raises the minimum
  • Reg Fee increase to $40 effective Monday, February 19th


Route Details

Route Options include:


2 km walk

5km walk



Rest stops will be available on all routes.


Maps will be available at the Welcome Desk. All routes will be well signed.


Route marshalls, rest stop attendants, and sweep vehicle drivers will be available for support along the route.


All riders 12 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.


What to Bring

Please bring:


  • any cash or cheques made out to "Coldest Night of the Year"
  • a completed pledge form or "My Results Form" to match the cash or cheques
  • a signed waiver form
  • good walking waterproof shoes/boots
  • warm coat & mitts

Come prepared while keeping an eye on the expected weather.

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All routes are generously marked with bright WALK signage, staffed by friendly volunteers, and include rest stops with snacks along the way.

Got questions about the Coldest Night of the Year?
info@blueseafoundation.org / 1.877.743.3413