Raised:
$7,689
25%Goal:
$30,000

Fredericton

Hosted by Youth In Transition Fredericton and John Howard Society of Fredericton

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It's cold out there. The Coldest Night of the Year is a covid-safe, family-friendly walk to raise money for charities serving people experiencing homelessness, hurt, and hunger. Walk with us (virtually) on February 20, 2021 – there’s a place for everyone!

About Youth In Transition Fredericton

On February 20th, Youth in Transition and the John Howard Society of Fredericton are hosting the Coldest night of the Year, a 2,5 & 10 km winter walk hosted in over 100 cities across Canada in support of the hungry, homeless and hurting.


About Youth in Transition

Youth in Transition has been working in the community for over 25 years addressing housing needs of homeless and at-risk youth between the ages of 16 – 19. With help from community members like you, we:

  • Provide safe and supportive housing for dozens of homeless youth each year
  • Help at-risk youth gain the social and personal supports required for independent living
  • Facilitate personal growth and life-skills training through in-house programs, and through positive role-modeling and mentorship
  • Conduct individualized case plans and refer residents to outside resources and community partners as needed

About John Howard Society of Fredericton

On February 20th Youth in Transition and The John Howard Society of Fredericton are once again hosting the Coldest Night of the Year, a 2, 5 and 10 km winter walk hosted in over 140 cities across Canada in support of the hungry, homeless and hurting.


For individuals who have experienced homelessness, the pathway out of this cycle can be extremely challenging. In 2010, the John Howard Society of Fredericton completed the construction of 12 new affordable housing units specifically designated to house chronically and episodically homeless individuals. While this project has been incredibly successful (seeing an 83% reduction in emergency and institutional service use, such as, police, ambulance, hospital, justice system interventions, etc… As of 2020 we have grown to 24 affordable housing units and have opened a Low Barrier Shelter which provides 27 beds to our Homeless. 2021 will see the start of our next Affordable Housing Project which we hope will open by mid summer.

Fredericton 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

Freezing Foxes

Tim Fox

10

4,209.00

2

The John Howard Society of Fredericton

Shelby MacIntyre

8

895.00

3

Capital City Road Runners

Fran Robinson

2

550.00

4

FPF Freezin' for a Reason

Julie Meyer

6

535.00

5

Anglican Energy

Cheryl Jacobs

3

475.00

6

Winter Butterflies

Sarah Caissie

8

460.00

7

David Coon, MLA

David Coon

1

100.00

8

Walking for Wellness

Hilary McAllen

4

65.00

9

Team Kate Rogers - Walking the Walk

Vanessa Youssef

3

50.00

10

Between A Walk and A Hard Place

Cassandra Tarfa

3

50.00

11

Grace Walkers

Peter Lohnes

1

12

CISV Fredericton Chapter

Leyla Lougheed

3

13

Winterward

Emily Hayward

2

14

Team Jenica

Jenica Atwin

3

#

Name

Team Name

Donors

Raised

1

Tim Fox

Freezing Foxes

32

2,489.00

2

Jason LeJeune

Freezing Foxes

2

700.00

3

April MacKay

The John Howard Society of Fredericton

14

550.00

4

Ann Flynn

Capital City Road Runners

10

450.00

5

April Sullivan

The John Howard Society of Fredericton

9

345.00

6

Misty McLaughlin

6

300.00

7

Genevieve MacRae

Freezing Foxes

9

285.00

8

Lynda Poljanowski

Freezing Foxes

6

240.00

9

Julie Meyer

FPF Freezin' for a Reason

5

225.00

10

Kim Quartermain

FPF Freezin' for a Reason

4

200.00

11

Sarah Caissie

Winter Butterflies

3

150.00

12

Luke Randall

Freezing Foxes

3

150.00

13

Cheryl Jacobs

Anglican Energy

2

150.00

14

Jacob Fox

Freezing Foxes

3

145.00

15

Abby McAllister

Winter Butterflies

4

120.00

16

David Edwards

Anglican Energy

1

100.00

17

Fran Robinson

Capital City Road Runners

1

100.00

18

Joel Thompson

Freezing Foxes

1

100.00

19

Cathy Laskey

Anglican Energy

1

75.00

20

Jeremy Corey

Winter Butterflies

2

65.00

21

Hilary McAllen

Walking for Wellness

2

65.00

22

Cassandra Tarfa

Between A Walk and A Hard Place

2

50.00

23

Greg Beattie

Winter Butterflies

1

50.00

24

Susan Holt

Team Kate Rogers - Walking the Walk

1

50.00

25

Samantha Landry

FPF Freezin' for a Reason

1

50.00

26

Monique Harquail

FPF Freezin' for a Reason

1

50.00

27

Eva George

Winter Butterflies

28

Emily Hayward

Winterward

29

MacKenzie Grasse

Walking for Wellness

30

Shelley Gregan

FPF Freezin' for a Reason

31

Justin Wies

Winter Butterflies

32

Brie Claybourn

33

Debbie McKinnon

CISV Fredericton Chapter

34

Jenica Atwin

Team Jenica

35

Debbie McKinnon

CISV Fredericton Chapter

36

Mike Bamford

FPF Freezin' for a Reason

37

robert sheidow

Team Jenica

38

Vanessa Youssef

Team Kate Rogers - Walking the Walk

39

Brit Mockler

Team Kate Rogers - Walking the Walk

40

Claire Fleming

Walking for Wellness

41

Becky Grant

Between A Walk and A Hard Place

42

Morgan Downs

Between A Walk and A Hard Place

43

Finley Wintersgill

Winterward

44

Troy Haines

Freezing Foxes

45

David Coon

David Coon, MLA

46

Shelby MacIntyre

The John Howard Society of Fredericton

47

Justin Young

The John Howard Society of Fredericton

48

Abby Stewart

The John Howard Society of Fredericton

49

Mary Lou Bartlett

Freezing Foxes

50

Mark MacKenzie

51

Brooke Johnston

Walking for Wellness

52

Emily Joynt

Winter Butterflies

53

Sarah Rogerson

Winter Butterflies

54

Laurie Fulton

55

Cynthia Noble

The John Howard Society of Fredericton

56

Marie Dankworth

Freezing Foxes

57

John Barrow

The John Howard Society of Fredericton

58

Peter Lohnes

Grace Walkers

59

Misty McLaughlin

60

Alejandra Villanueva

The John Howard Society of Fredericton

61

Leyla Lougheed

CISV Fredericton Chapter

62

Tyler Randall

Team Jenica

Event Day Details

Save the date - Event Day is February 20, 2021!

The Coldest Night of the Year is a family-friendly walk that raises money for charities serving hungry, homeless, and hurting people in our community.

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!


  • Tuesday, February 16, 4-6 pm
  • Thursday, February 18, 4-6 pm
  • Pickup Location TBA
  • 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 micro-walk! Virtual CNOY Day should feel pretty familiar once you get walking - here are some key things you'll need to do on February 20 (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! #cnoy21
  • Keep fundraising (half of all fundraising happens in the last week!)
  • Be safe and have fun!

Contact Us


Fredericton

Sarah Caissie Event Director
Toll Free 1.877.743.3413 / Phone 506.451.3483
Email cnoyfredericton@gmail.com

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