Raised:
$32,385
129%Goal:
$25,000

Georgetown

Hosted by Georgetown Bread Basket

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It's cold out there. 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. Walk with us on February 22, 2020!

About Georgetown Bread Basket

ROLE OF THE GEORGETOWN BREAD BASKET


To provide an opportunity for the more fortunate to share.

To form a network of sponsors and individuals that work together to meet the basic needs for food.

To provide an efficient system of food collection from churches, individuals, groups and food suppliers.

To operate a central facility for the storage of food collected.

To take an active role in educating the public about the needs of the hungry in their community.

To affiliate with provincial and national food bank associations in an effort to share and distribute food and information related to poverty.

To encourage clients to participate in the operation of the Georgetown Bread Basket.


Member, Ontario Association of Food Banks and Food Banks Canada


Charitable Business # 881229561RR0001

Ethical Foodbanking Code


Everyone in Canada has the right to:


Physical & economic access, at all times, to sufficient, safe and nutritious food which meets their dietary needs and food preferences.


At the Georgetown Bread Basket, we will strive to:


Provide food and other assistance to those needing help regardless of race, national or ethnic origin, citizenship, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, income source, age or mental or physical disability.

Treat all those who access services with the utmost dignity and respect.

Implement best practices in the proper and safe storage and handling of food.

Respect the privacy of those served and will maintain the confidentiality of personal information.

Not require payment of any kind for donated food or consumer products, at any time, from those assisted by their respective programs

Acquire and share food in a spirit of cooperation with other food banks and food programs.

Strive to make the public aware of the existence of hunger and of the factors that contribute to it.

Recognize that food banks are not a viable long-term response to hunger and devote part of their activities to reducing the need for food assistance.

Represent accurately, honestly and completely their respective mission and activities to the larger community.

Community Sponsors

Georgetown is super grateful for our fantastic 2020 sponsors! View all sponsors >

Georgetown Scoreboard

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Teams
Walkers

#

Team Name

Captain

Members

Raised

1

B2C Georgetown

Jennifer McLauchlan

11

4,175.00

2

GBB Penguins

Jacqui Gomez

7

4,062.65

3

Kind Kinsmen

Alan Ryall

6

3,020.00

4

St. Andrew's United Church Angels

Margaret Yahiro

16

2,485.00

5

The Royal LePage Rock’n Realtors

Emma Maan

9

1,852.00

6

Halton Hills Thunder Peewee Select

Susanna Mezzatesta

15

1,517.18

7

Team Halton Hills Christian School

Angie Bonvanie

15

1,380.00

8

Rehman Real Estate Team

Aalia Saheed

3

1,000.00

9

HandMade in Halton

Tina Pedersen

4

841.00

10

Old friends- Warm Hearts

Anthony Farragos

5

750.00

11

Ta'Xemx

Ashley Ciantar

7

715.00

12

Halton Hills Chamber of Commerce

Kathleen Dills

5

665.00

13

Norval United Church

Jennifer Auger

6

550.00

14

Walk for Community

Will Postma

6

520.00

15

Kick Nation Taekwondo Inc.

Robert Khamsouk

4

490.00

16

Blue Mountaineers

David Clayton

4

380.00

17

Petro-Canada Mountanview

Vinod Iddya

11

222.87

18

Hunger Helpers

Meghan Markham

4

200.00

19

Georgetown Mommas

Vanessa Ricci

2

200.00

20

Etherington Eskimos

Graham Baker

1

100.00

21

Team Choo-choo

Rebecca Thomson

4

20.00

#

Name

Team Name

Donors

Raised

1

Sharon Lawlor

GBB Penguins

23

1,405.00

2

Alan Ryall

Kind Kinsmen

14

1,140.00

3

Donna Baker

GBB Penguins

15

806.00

4

Elaine Campbell

The Royal LePage Rock’n Realtors

11

757.00

5

Steve Boose

13

665.00

6

Corey Grossman

B2C Georgetown

8

655.00

7

Ron Lefebvre

Kind Kinsmen

18

645.00

8

Bob Fellows

Kind Kinsmen

7

575.00

9

Kathleen Dills

Halton Hills Chamber of Commerce

1

500.00

10

Jacqui Gomez

GBB Penguins

5

475.00

11

Ross Yahiro

St. Andrew's United Church Angels

7

450.00

12

Brittany Walters

GBB Penguins

13

421.00

13

Jennifer McLauchlan

B2C Georgetown

5

370.00

14

David Clayton

Blue Mountaineers

8

360.00

15

Rima Jiwani

Rehman Real Estate Team

8

360.00

16

Wanda Doyle

HandMade in Halton

3

331.00

17

Margaret Yahiro

St. Andrew's United Church Angels

6

325.00

18

Carolyn Callero

B2C Georgetown

6

325.00

19

Joanne Wardle

St. Andrew's United Church Angels

5

325.00

20

Ashley Ciantar

Ta'Xemx

5

320.00

21

Valerie A. Jordan

St. Andrew's United Church Angels

10

310.00

22

Shawn Winters

Kind Kinsmen

13

305.00

23

Mirko Zeiser

Halton Hills Thunder Peewee Select

1

300.00

24

Anita Huggins

B2C Georgetown

3

300.00

25

Aalia Saheed

Rehman Real Estate Team

7

300.00

26

Susan Lougheed

The Royal LePage Rock’n Realtors

6

275.00

27

Liam Doyle

HandMade in Halton

4

260.00

28

Will Postma

Walk for Community

2

250.00

29

Emma Maan

The Royal LePage Rock’n Realtors

5

250.00

30

John Rehman

Rehman Real Estate Team

5

240.00

31

Kelly Sidoriak

The Royal LePage Rock’n Realtors

5

230.00

32

Vinod Iddya

Petro-Canada Mountanview

4

222.87

33

Eric Namink

Walk for Community

4

220.00

34

Cassandra Reinders

Team Halton Hills Christian School

3

220.00

35

Melanie Franke

GBB Penguins

7

205.00

36

Susan Wery

GBB Penguins

1

200.00

37

Jessica Hill

B2C Georgetown

1

200.00

38

Matthew Hill

B2C Georgetown

1

200.00

39

Lori Brading

GBB Penguins

2

200.00

40

Michelle Yahiro

St. Andrew's United Church Angels

6

200.00

41

Carol! Hall

St. Andrew's United Church Angels

7

200.00

42

Patricia Street Moore

St. Andrew's United Church Angels

2

175.00

43

Josh Reyce

B2C Georgetown

3

175.00

44

Corey Breadner

Halton Hills Thunder Peewee Select

2

175.00

45

Sebastien Breadner

Halton Hills Thunder Peewee Select

2

175.00

46

Melanie Frazer

Halton Hills Chamber of Commerce

4

165.00

47

Jennifer Auger

Norval United Church

3

160.00

48

Cameron Galloway

Halton Hills Thunder Peewee Select

5

160.00

49

Blair Herd

Old friends- Warm Hearts

1

150.00

50

Nusha Mathieson

The Royal LePage Rock’n Realtors

4

150.00

51

Marlene Beitz

St. Andrew's United Church Angels

1

150.00

52

Tina Pedersen

HandMade in Halton

1

150.00

53

Meghan Markham

Hunger Helpers

1

150.00

54

Robert Khamsouk

Kick Nation Taekwondo Inc.

1

150.00

55

John Hoornweg

B2C Georgetown

1

150.00

56

Christian Mucci

Kick Nation Taekwondo Inc.

4

140.00

57

Stephen Deneka

Kind Kinsmen

3

125.00

58

Dale Shannon

Norval United Church

3

120.00

59

Tess Storelli

Ta'Xemx

1

100.00

60

Steve Amaro

Ta'Xemx

1

100.00

61

Anthony Farragos

Old friends- Warm Hearts

1

100.00

62

Colin Brooks

HandMade in Halton

2

100.00

63

Tim Bonvanie

Team Halton Hills Christian School

1

100.00

64

Marie McMaster

St. Andrew's United Church Angels

1

100.00

65

Angie Bonvanie

Team Halton Hills Christian School

1

100.00

66

Toni Storelli

Ta'Xemx

1

100.00

67

Bill McMaster

St. Andrew's United Church Angels

1

100.00

68

Graham Baker

Etherington Eskimos

1

100.00

69

Trish Roberts

The Royal LePage Rock’n Realtors

1

100.00

70

Justin Mezzatesta

Halton Hills Thunder Peewee Select

2

95.00

71

Danielle Reinders

Team Halton Hills Christian School

3

90.00

72

Zachary Reinders

Team Halton Hills Christian School

3

90.00

73

Matt Poitras

The Royal LePage Rock’n Realtors

3

90.00

74

Victoria Reinders

Team Halton Hills Christian School

3

90.00

75

Mark Maramieri

Kind Kinsmen

1

80.00

76

Greg Howard

St. Andrew's United Church Angels

2

75.00

77

Rion H

Team Halton Hills Christian School

1

75.00

78

Grant Williams

St. Andrew's United Church Angels

1

75.00

79

Justin Bonvanie

Team Halton Hills Christian School

3

70.00

80

Luke Traverse

Halton Hills Thunder Peewee Select

3

70.00

81

Matthew Bonvanie

Team Halton Hills Christian School

3

70.00

82

Tyler Dias da Silva

Halton Hills Thunder Peewee Select

3

65.00

83

Ambes Tsegay

Walk for Community

1

50.00

84

Karla Magee

Team Halton Hills Christian School

1

50.00

85

Eli van der Wijst

Norval United Church

1

50.00

86

Magdalen van der Wijst

Norval United Church

1

50.00

87

Rachel Markham

Hunger Helpers

1

50.00

88

Harlow & Jace Ciantar

Ta'Xemx

2

45.00

89

Nathan Santos

Halton Hills Thunder Peewee Select

1

35.00

90

Joanna Adema

Team Halton Hills Christian School

1

25.00

91

Evynne Sop

B2C Georgetown

1

25.00

92

Mary Thomson

Team Choo-choo

1

20.00

93

Rebecca Thomson

Team Choo-choo

94

Finnegan Brady

Team Choo-choo

95

ANNA LAING

Norval United Church

96

Don Thomson

Team Choo-choo

97

Daniel Sidoriak

The Royal LePage Rock’n Realtors

98

Nicolas Azzopardi

Ta'Xemx

99

Noah Azzopardi

Ta'Xemx

100

Ilan Rataux

Kick Nation Taekwondo Inc.

101

Jacob Thomas

Petro-Canada Mountanview

102

Nargis

Petro-Canada Mountanview

103

Meko

Petro-Canada Mountanview

104

Harsh Iddya

Petro-Canada Mountanview

105

Samantha Patterson

Old friends- Warm Hearts

106

Jeff Patterson

Old friends- Warm Hearts

107

Susanna Mezzatesta

Halton Hills Thunder Peewee Select

108

Eric Montag

Kick Nation Taekwondo Inc.

109

Caitlin Markham

Hunger Helpers

110

William Pennycook

St. Andrew's United Church Angels

111

Andra Wingfield

Halton Hills Chamber of Commerce

112

Timothy Pogorelov

Halton Hills Thunder Peewee Select

113

Gina Melao

Petro-Canada Mountanview

114

Karla Magee

Team Halton Hills Christian School

115

Nicole Magee

Team Halton Hills Christian School

116

Bradley Magee

Team Halton Hills Christian School

117

Rebecca Walker

Walk for Community

118

Tresha Rooplal

Petro-Canada Mountanview

119

Todd Hein

B2C Georgetown

120

Gabby Adema

Team Halton Hills Christian School

121

Snejana Bratunova

Petro-Canada Mountanview

122

Mason Jackson

Halton Hills Thunder Peewee Select

123

Tammy Christiansen (WeAreAeble.ca)

Halton Hills Chamber of Commerce

124

Arnawaz Iddya

Petro-Canada Mountanview

125

Adrienne Bowman

126

Julia Mounsteven

Norval United Church

127

Colleen Armstrong

St. Andrew's United Church Angels

128

Gavin Jones

Halton Hills Thunder Peewee Select

129

Vanessa Ricci

Georgetown Mommas

130

Ayush Trivedi

Petro-Canada Mountanview

131

Royal LePage Team Donation (cause why should anyone have to choose)

The Royal LePage Rock’n Realtors

132

Trevor DeBoer

Walk for Community

133

Linda DeBoer

Walk for Community

134

Vivek Singh

Petro-Canada Mountanview

135

Dave Markham

Hunger Helpers

Georgetown Maps

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

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Event Day Details

Save the date - Event Day is February 22, 2020!

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.


Start

Hillsview Active Living Centre

318 Guelph Street

Georgetown


Times

Here's the schedule for Event Day:

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

Yummy Food on Event Day:

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


Registration

Registration Process:

  • Registration opens at 4:00 pm.
  • All walkers must check-in at registration upon arrival.
  • Check out the What to Bring section below.

Have questions? Visit our FAQ section!


Registration Types:

  • Children 0-10: Free to participate (but you'll need to raise $75 to earn a toque)
  • Youth 11-17: Fundraise $75+ to earn your CNOY toque or pay the $25 registration fee
  • Adult 18+: Fundraise $150+ to earn your CNOY toque or pay the $25 registration fee


Route Details

  • Route Distances: 2 km, 5 km, or 10 km walks.
  • Rest stops are available on all routes.
  • All routes will be well signed.
  • Route marshals, rest stop attendants, and sweep vehicle drivers will provide support along the route.
  • All walkers 12 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.


What to Bring

  • Cheques made out to Coldest Night of the Year and cash donations
  • A completed Pledge Form or My Results Form if you’re bringing cash or cheques
  • You're 17 years and under, or
  • You didn’t sign up online before event day
  • Good waterproof shoes/boots for walking
  • Warm coat and mitts
  • A cell phone for emergencies (recommended but not required)
  • Extra food or snacks if you have allergies or food sensitivities
  • A passion for the charity you're walking for

Contact Us


Georgetown

Donna Baker Chair
Toll Free 1.877.743.3413 / Phone 905.873.3368
Email cnoy@georgetownbreadbasket.ca

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