Raised:
$28,253
70%Goal:
$40,000

Kamloops

Hosted by The Mustard Seed Kamloops

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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. Team up, walk, and fundraise! It’s cold out there... but there’s no place like home.

Community Sponsors

Kamloops (The Mustard Seed Kamloops) is super grateful for our fantastic 2022 sponsors! View all sponsors >

Kamloops 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

Southwest Striders

Tyler Robertson

19

7,038.00

2

Labour Council 2022

Talitha Dekker

11

4,245.00

3

Parents Supporting Parents (EFry)

Penny douglass

1

1,830.00

4

BigSteelBox Kamloops

Adam Kaufman

3

1,630.00

5

CUPE Local 900

Susan Valiquette

4

1,570.00

6

Starbucks District 236

Kate Parker

14

1,470.00

7

The eMOTIONal Regulators

Valerie Lively

9

1,385.00

8

Kamloops SEEDlings

Kelly Thomson

7

845.00

9

WorkPals+

John Passmore

7

700.00

10

Frigid Britches

Jennifer Turnbull

3

350.00

11

All About That Pace

Ashley Wood

3

300.00

12

LINK Village

Isabelle Meunier

1

290.00

13

Cindy Logan

Cindy Logan

1

200.00

14

CVTC CSW 2022

Linda Marklund

4

165.00

15

Ovington Family

Denise Ovington

1

20.00

16

Summit Drive

Gerald Harder

1

#

Name

Team Name

Donors

Raised

1

Talitha Dekker

Labour Council 2022

15

1,780.00

2

Barbara Fuller

Southwest Striders

21

1,415.00

3

Marilyn Wright

Southwest Striders

13

1,415.00

4

Penny douglass

Parents Supporting Parents (EFry)

12

1,105.00

5

Darlene Foley

CUPE Local 900

1

700.00

6

Odette Caputo

4

675.00

7

Ed Peasgood

Southwest Striders

7

620.00

8

Mark Hall

6

550.00

9

Melissa Schuurman

Labour Council 2022

8

500.00

10

Kelly Thomson

Kamloops SEEDlings

3

475.00

11

Jenn Ruemper

Starbucks District 236

8

445.00

12

Flynn Johnson

7

440.00

13

Michele Wiens

Southwest Striders

2

400.00

14

Susan Valiquette

CUPE Local 900

7

350.00

15

Andrew Jager

BigSteelBox Kamloops

2

350.00

16

David Tom

Starbucks District 236

1

350.00

17

Brendan Tisher

Southwest Striders

6

335.00

18

Andrea Tisher

Southwest Striders

5

325.00

19

Barb Nederpel

Labour Council 2022

4

325.00

20

Adam Kaufman

BigSteelBox Kamloops

3

300.00

21

Tyler Robertson

Southwest Striders

4

300.00

22

cadence melien

Southwest Striders

8

291.00

23

Isabelle Meunier

LINK Village

8

290.00

24

Marlene Peters

Southwest Striders

6

280.00

25

Pam Robertson

Southwest Striders

5

275.00

26

Lois Rugg

Labour Council 2022

4

275.00

27

Marla Kiland

CUPE Local 900

5

270.00

28

Antonio Kuczma

Labour Council 2022

10

270.00

29

Ria Dubois

The eMOTIONal Regulators

3

270.00

30

Lesley Larsen

The eMOTIONal Regulators

3

225.00

31

Team Kwok

Southwest Striders

3

225.00

32

Shelbie Grendus

The eMOTIONal Regulators

5

205.00

33

Bridget Liddy

The eMOTIONal Regulators

1

200.00

34

Darryl Schmidt

Labour Council 2022

3

200.00

35

Cindy Logan

Cindy Logan

1

200.00

36

Shannon James

Labour Council 2022

4

175.00

37

Annaliese McLaughlin

BigSteelBox Kamloops

4

165.00

38

Ellery Peters

Southwest Striders

5

160.00

39

Kevin Wiens

Southwest Striders

2

160.00

40

Reign Melien

Southwest Striders

4

156.00

41

Rhett Melien

Southwest Striders

4

156.00

42

Valerie Lively

The eMOTIONal Regulators

3

150.00

43

Ashley Wood

All About That Pace

1

150.00

44

Mervyn Madill

Southwest Striders

1

150.00

45

Chris Bunce

Starbucks District 236

1

150.00

46

Vivienne Strickland

CUPE Local 900

4

150.00

47

Paul Wood

All About That Pace

1

150.00

48

Cindy Ozouf

Labour Council 2022

3

125.00

49

Bonita Wiens

Southwest Striders

3

125.00

50

Sari VANDEGRAAF

Frigid Britches

2

125.00

51

Tracey Thoss

The eMOTIONal Regulators

3

125.00

52

Charlene Bradley

Kamloops SEEDlings

1

100.00

53

Pamela Deo

The eMOTIONal Regulators

1

100.00

54

Cindy Makowe

Starbucks District 236

1

100.00

55

Kate Parker

Starbucks District 236

1

100.00

56

John Passmore

WorkPals+

1

100.00

57

Raymond Witzke

WorkPals+

1

100.00

58

Karlie Ferland

Starbucks District 236

6

90.00

59

Kayla Grant

Kamloops SEEDlings

6

85.00

60

Andrea Asencios Miranda

Starbucks District 236

2

80.00

61

Ken Hunter

WorkPals+

1

75.00

62

Shilpee Sharma

Labour Council 2022

2

75.00

63

Karl Fultz

Labour Council 2022

2

75.00

64

Carolyn Hunter

WorkPals+

1

75.00

65

Karen Passmore

WorkPals+

1

75.00

66

Alyshia Mudford

The eMOTIONal Regulators

3

70.00

67

Leah Hubensky

1

50.00

68

Gordon Wiens

Southwest Striders

1

50.00

69

Bernice Debert

Frigid Britches

1

50.00

70

Karen Nelmes

WorkPals+

1

50.00

71

Dave Nelmes

WorkPals+

1

50.00

72

Amanda Jensen

Labour Council 2022

2

50.00

73

Tammy Kelly

Starbucks District 236

1

50.00

74

Corrine Giorgetti

Starbucks District 236

2

45.00

75

Leanna Wereley

Kamloops SEEDlings

1

40.00

76

Jenae Grant

The eMOTIONal Regulators

1

40.00

77

Kristi /Anthony Van

Starbucks District 236

2

35.00

78

Charlene Owen

Starbucks District 236

1

25.00

79

Jeff Arlitt

Kamloops SEEDlings

1

20.00

80

Amanda Smyth

CVTC CSW 2022

81

Evie Bakker

82

karla grant

Kamloops SEEDlings

83

Andy Gamble

CVTC CSW 2022

84

Wyatt Wood

All About That Pace

85

Rebecca Golemblaski

Starbucks District 236

86

Jennifer Turnbull

Frigid Britches

87

Denise Ovington

Ovington Family

88

Andrea Milagros Asencios Miranda

Kamloops SEEDlings

89

Chantelle Smith

90

Ben Lobb

Starbucks District 236

91

Nolan Robertson

Southwest Striders

92

Linda Marklund

CVTC CSW 2022

93

Gerald Harder

Summit Drive

94

Milagros Asencios

About The Mustard Seed Kamloops

The Mustard Seed is a Christian humanitarian organization whose vision is to build community, grow hope and support change. Intentionally following Jesus Christ and partnering with the community, The Mustard Seed combats the root causes of poverty in British Columbia and Alberta and works to create positive, lasting change in the lives of those we serve. The Mustard Seed provides basic services—food, clothing and housing, and support—education and employment, to those living in poverty within Alberta and British Columbia.


The Coldest Night of the Year is a meaningful and fun way for you to join us in our work and ministry. Bundle up, captain a team, join one of our teams, give or volunteer on February 26!

Event Day Details

Save the date - CNOY Day is February 26, 2022!

Self-organize your own local team and join us virtually on Saturday, February 26, 2022. Scroll down to read all the event day details!

Important Notes

Back by popular demand....The Mustard Seed CNOY Participant Appreciation Drive-Thru!


Yes! We are excited to announce that we will once again be hosting an Appreciation Drive-thru on the date of the national walk Feb. 26, 2022 from 2pm to 4pm within the Norbrock Stadium parking lot (McArthur Island Park).


Load your family, friends and even Fido into your vehicle and come take part in this uplifting drive-thru! Receive a fundraiser swag bag, honk your horn in support of the event and wave back at smiling Mustard Seed staff and event sponsors as you drive along our sponsor alley!


We are excited to announce that Digger from The Kamloops Blazers will once again be back to take photos in front of your vehicle (occupants must remain inside and may roll-down windows) and wave to all in attendance!


Attendees will need to remain within their vehicles during this COVID-compliant drive-thru.


Please stay tuned for further details as they become available!

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! Toque Pick-Up:


  • Saturday February 26, 2022
  • Eligible fundraisers are invited to pick up their toques during our 2nd Annual CNOY Appreciation Drive-thru taking place from 2pm to 4pm within the Norbrock Stadium parking lot (1500 Island Parkway) within McArthur Island Park.
  • Should you be unable to join us at the Appreciation Drive-thru, toques may be picked up at an alternate time from our Thrift Store located at 342 Seymour Street.

Have questions? Visit our FAQ section!

Virtual CNOY Day

This is your own self-organized walk! Here are some key things you'll need to do on February 26 (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! #cnoy22
  • Keep fundraising (half of all fundraising happens in the last week!)
  • Be safe and have fun!

Contact Us


The Mustard Seed Kamloops

Katie Hutchins/Andrea Asencios Executive Assistant/Development Specialist
Toll Free 1.877.743.3413 / Phone 519.603.2250
Email info@cnoy.org

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