Raised:
$12,070
50%Goal:
$24,000

Hamilton City Centre

Hosted by The Salvation Army Family Services

65Walkers18Teams4Volunteers5°C

The Coldest Night of the Year is a winterrific family-friendly walk in support of local charities serving people experiencing hurt, hunger, and homelessness. Join us on February 24, 2024 - team up, fundraise, walk, and take a moment to look closer... because it’s cold out there.

Event Day Details

Save the date - CNOY Day is February 24, 2024!

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80 Bay St, Hamilton ON

Schedule

  • 4:00 pm: Meet Check-in + Welcome
  • 5:00 pm: Move Send-off
  • 6:00 pm: Munch Light meal served
  • 7:00 pm: Mosey Goodbye + see you in 2025!

Not able to join us in person at the Main Event? We hope you'll register, 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: 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.
  • Children 12 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.
  • No 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 >

Check-In

  • All walkers participating at the Main Event on Saturday, February 24, 2024 must check-in upon arrival.
  • 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.
  • Offsite fundraising walkers can contact their local event director to arrange toque pickup the week of the event.

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 the 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 form.
  • 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 accept the waiver automatically when they register online.
  • Youth/Children under 18 need a waiver signed by their parent or guardian.
  • An online form will be emailed to all parents/guardians before CNOY Day.
  • Waivers will also be available at check-in on CNOY 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!

Hamilton City Centre Maps

Check out this year's CNOY route maps below:

Hamilton City Centre 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

LawsonGrace

Dora Keeping

13

2,685.00

2

Lawrie Cares Group

Michael Molloy

1

2,255.00

3

CFS Team

Cindy Taylor

4

1,822.00

4

Lollygaggers

Jen Colling

6

1,050.00

5

Hikers Anonymous

Carol Town

1

855.00

6

Longfield Friends

Mark Finucane

1

700.00

7

Gallin go-ers

Patricia Gallin

1

605.00

8

McGang

Leah Carvalho

13

500.00

9

Dundas Valley Adventurer Gals

Ann Bray

1

450.00

10

The Country B's

Scott Brown

3

315.00

11

Dillon Consulting Limited - Hamilton

Bill Olds

6

220.00

12

Will and Liz

William Martin

2

100.00

13

Hamilton Booth Friends

Robert Fyles

1

100.00

14

Sheraton Hotel Hamilton

sandra Fraser

1

63.00

15

Love On Hamilton

Gabriella Besermenji

2

16

Taylors

Jude Taylor

1

17

Meadowlands Marchers!

Brandon Bond

1

18

Hunter's Heroes

Colleen Hunter

1

#

Name

Team Name

Donors

Raised

1

Michael Molloy

Lawrie Cares Group

20

1,920.00

2

Carol Town

Hikers Anonymous

13

855.00

3

Mark Finucane

Longfield Friends

3

700.00

4

Dora Keeping

LawsonGrace

11

670.00

5

James Harris

Lollygaggers

4

650.00

6

Patricia Gallin

Gallin go-ers

10

605.00

7

Rylie Nieuwenhuis

LawsonGrace

9

450.00

8

Cindy Taylor

CFS Team

7

295.00

9

Lisa Schumph

LawsonGrace

5

290.00

10

Lauren Roberge

LawsonGrace

5

275.00

11

Jen Colling

Lollygaggers

5

250.00

12

Megan ross

LawsonGrace

6

205.00

13

Emerson Brydon

LawsonGrace

3

200.00

14

Elle Mccarthy

LawsonGrace

1

200.00

15

Scott Brown

The Country B's

2

150.00

16

Rylee Boissoneau

6

140.00

17

Ann Bray

Dundas Valley Adventurer Gals

3

125.00

18

Leah Carvalho

McGang

1

100.00

19

Kylie Steiger

LawsonGrace

1

100.00

20

Robert Fyles

Hamilton Booth Friends

2

100.00

21

Lisa Brown

The Country B's

1

100.00

22

Andria Harris

Lollygaggers

2

100.00

23

Shirley Molloy

CFS Team

1

100.00

24

Christian Pynckel

McGang

2

100.00

25

William Martin

Will and Liz

1

100.00

26

Dina Vandenberg

LawsonGrace

2

90.00

27

Angela Richardson

LawsonGrace

2

80.00

28

sandra Fraser

Sheraton Hotel Hamilton

9

63.00

29

Tori Macdonald

2

60.00

30

Greg Hayes

Dillon Consulting Limited - Hamilton

1

50.00

31

Sawyer Gerl

McGang

1

50.00

32

Jeff Carson

Dillon Consulting Limited - Hamilton

1

50.00

33

Aakash Patel

McGang

1

50.00

34

Gurleen Kaur

McGang

1

50.00

35

Taylor Brown

The Country B's

1

50.00

36

Bill Olds

Dillon Consulting Limited - Hamilton

1

50.00

37

Sean Senier

Lollygaggers

1

50.00

38

Sean Reynolds

McGang

1

50.00

39

Stephanie Brydon

LawsonGrace

1

25.00

40

Aaron Schooler

Dillon Consulting Limited - Hamilton

1

20.00

41

Daniel Ziedins

Love On Hamilton

42

Manu Arora

McGang

43

Shannon Wray

LawsonGrace

44

Akanksha Uppal

45

Colleen Hunter

Hunter's Heroes

46

Brandon Bond

Meadowlands Marchers!

47

Elizabeth Martin

Will and Liz

48

Desiree Power

McGang

49

Kate Preston

Dillon Consulting Limited - Hamilton

50

Kayla Seguin

Lollygaggers

51

Aneree Kotecha

McGang

52

Alex Ballagh

53

Gabriella Besermenji

Love On Hamilton

54

Kajal Bindra

McGang

55

Betty Mehretab

McGang

56

Jude Taylor

Taylors

57

Alyssa Andree

LawsonGrace

58

Mitchel Irving

Lollygaggers

59

Mahnoor Ahmad

McGang

60

Zoe Bartlett

McGang

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 The Salvation Army Family Services

The Salvation Army is an international Christian organization that began its work in Canada in 1882 and has grown to become one of the largest non-governmental direct providers of social services in the country. The Salvation Army gives hope and support to vulnerable people today and every day in 400 communities across Canada and more than 130 countries around the world.


The Salvation Army Hamilton & Community Services offers practical assistance for children and families, often tending to the basic necessities of life, and practical support for people in crisis.

2023 CNOY Photos

Here's a collection of our favourite photos from CNOY 2023 nationwide - special thanks to our many volunteer photographers who sent them in!

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Contact Us


CNOY Hamilton City Centre 2024

Cindy Taylor Community Relations Coordinator
Phone 9055401888
Email cindy.taylor@salvationarmy.ca

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