Raised:
$101,540
101%Goal:
$100,000

Kingston West End

Hosted by Lionhearts

187Walkers27Teams8Volunteers-5°C

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.

Kingston West End Scoreboard

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Teams
Walkers

#

Team Name

Captain

Members

Raised

1

The Unfavourable Temps

Shawn Seargeant

5

31,570.00

2

Rock n Rolla's

Travis Blackmore

6

14,250.00

3

Dish pits & Oven mitts

James Marcil-cave

4

10,910.00

4

WOLFPACK

Kelly Bone

27

7,325.00

5

Primerica Pathfinders

Alex Druskis

10

6,240.00

6

Otter Creek Farms

Monika Cook

6

4,395.00

7

Revell Ford

Brad Revell

9

3,800.00

8

Starbucks District 273

Jordan Smith

36

3,260.29

9

United We Walk!

Carl Trepanier

6

2,890.00

10

RB Kingston Carpentry/Amy Henderson-Boileau Real Estate Broker

Amy Henderson-Boileau

4

2,250.00

11

MicroAge Kingston

Lyric Boisvert

6

1,725.00

12

Nightbirdies

Dawn Blackmore

2

1,710.00

13

Warm Front

Tia Maatta

11

1,580.00

14

FAST 101 (Fighting Against Sex Trafficking 101)

Doug van der Horden

8

1,560.00

15

The Nightingales

Alison Ouimet

3

1,325.00

16

Slip n’ Stride

Laurie Barkun

5

1,130.00

17

Kingston Street Mission

Marilyn McLean

2

1,000.00

18

Bearded villains OSE

Ben Darling

8

800.00

19

Frontenac Phantoms

Colton Distefano

2

695.00

20

Media House Collective

Kayla Scarr

5

660.00

21

Kingston Trekkers

Theresa Gauthier

4

570.00

22

Embassy Kingston

Liam Thomas

2

550.00

23

RE/MAX RISE

Mat Clancy

3

300.00

24

The East Enders

David Wright

1

100.00

25

The O'Farrells

Krystal OFarrell

1

50.00

26

Noel-Huffman’s

Jolene Noel

1

50.00

27

Stone City Crew

Christy Falkenberg

1

#

Name

Team Name

Donors

Raised

1

Shawn Seargeant

The Unfavourable Temps

25

30,300.00

2

Al Doseger

Dish pits & Oven mitts

59

8,885.00

3

Lydia Shepherd

Rock n Rolla's

16

5,250.00

4

Travis Blackmore

Rock n Rolla's

50

5,150.00

5

Alex Druskis

Primerica Pathfinders

10

3,180.00

6

Monika Cook

Otter Creek Farms

15

2,125.00

7

Pat Murphy

Rock n Rolla's

10

1,725.00

8

Greg Luchuk

WOLFPACK

12

1,525.00

9

Dawn Blackmore

Nightbirdies

18

1,500.00

10

Valerie and Meghan Bartlett

Revell Ford

10

1,500.00

11

Leanne Cater

Rock n Rolla's

19

1,170.00

12

Brad Revell

Revell Ford

13

1,150.00

13

Jeff Stafford

WOLFPACK

10

1,140.00

14

Amy Henderson-Boileau

RB Kingston Carpentry/Amy Henderson-Boileau Real Estate Broker

16

1,100.00

15

Emma Cox

Dish pits & Oven mitts

5

1,000.00

16

Richard Boileau

RB Kingston Carpentry/Amy Henderson-Boileau Real Estate Broker

4

950.00

17

Rick Kramer

MicroAge Kingston

10

850.00

18

Rachelle Dupuis

Starbucks District 273

3

800.00

19

Sarah Newell

The Unfavourable Temps

10

745.00

20

Julia Wakeham

United We Walk!

13

705.00

21

Jaycee Walker

WOLFPACK

4

700.00

22

Marilyn McLean

Kingston Street Mission

8

675.00

23

Jeff McRae

Primerica Pathfinders

16

620.00

24

Randy Billings

Rock n Rolla's

8

605.00

25

Lisa Wales

Primerica Pathfinders

11

600.00

26

Alison Ouimet

The Nightingales

14

590.00

27

Carl Trepanier

United We Walk!

9

575.00

28

Lucy Rebelo

The Nightingales

9

560.00

29

Tanya Mundell

WOLFPACK

12

550.00

30

Bonita Sweet

Primerica Pathfinders

10

535.00

31

Lydia Martin

Dish pits & Oven mitts

3

500.00

32

Carolyn Trepanier

United We Walk!

8

500.00

33

Grace Bresee

Primerica Pathfinders

13

480.00

34

Lyric Boisvert

MicroAge Kingston

4

475.00

35

Beth Pero

United We Walk!

6

470.00

36

Nick Bohdanec

Revell Ford

7

450.00

37

James Marcil-cave

Dish pits & Oven mitts

4

450.00

38

Joe and Stephanie Reid

Otter Creek Farms

4

425.00

39

Aanya Aggarwal

WOLFPACK

3

402.00

40

Michelle Stewart

WOLFPACK

3

400.00

41

Fred T. Perel

Kingston and The Islands Green Party

8

395.00

42

Kelly Bone

WOLFPACK

5

350.00

43

Jeff/Garrett Cook

Otter Creek Farms

2

350.00

44

Lindsey Trafford

Starbucks District 273

9

345.00

45

Alicia Howell

FAST 101 (Fighting Against Sex Trafficking 101)

6

345.00

46

Nicole Wilson

WOLFPACK

7

345.00

47

Jordan Smith

Starbucks District 273

5

315.00

48

Aliesha Lees

FAST 101 (Fighting Against Sex Trafficking 101)

5

300.00

49

Jen Revell

Revell Ford

3

300.00

50

Chris Courtney

Bearded villains OSE

7

300.00

51

Ryan Wilkinson

Rock n Rolla's

5

300.00

52

Doug van der Horden

FAST 101 (Fighting Against Sex Trafficking 101)

6

290.00

53

Sara Ma

WOLFPACK

3

275.00

54

Laurie Barkun

Slip n’ Stride

7

260.00

55

Colton Distefano

Frontenac Phantoms

6

260.00

56

Christina Moeys

Slip n’ Stride

6

255.00

57

Hannah Jollymore

The Unfavourable Temps

1

250.00

58

Cindy Reid

MicroAge Kingston

3

250.00

59

Thomas Druskis

Primerica Pathfinders

1

250.00

60

Darryl McIntosh

Bearded villains OSE

3

250.00

61

J B

Warm Front

1

250.00

62

Lindsay & Jaxon Soper

Starbucks District 273

2

250.00

63

Jennifer Scarr

Media House Collective

10

245.00

64

Jessica Scheel

Media House Collective

8

225.00

65

Deborah Malcolm

Starbucks District 273

3

225.00

66

Jennifer Mulvale

Slip n’ Stride

6

225.00

67

François Drolet

Otter Creek Farms

4

220.00

68

taylor murdock

Slip n’ Stride

5

210.00

69

Jill Cameron

Nightbirdies

4

210.00

70

Vanessa Gerretsen

WOLFPACK

3

205.00

71

James Jollymore

The Unfavourable Temps

1

200.00

72

Erin Jimenez

Starbucks District 273

5

200.00

73

Deb Malcolm

RE/MAX RISE

1

200.00

74

Eric Josey

WOLFPACK

7

195.00

75

Deryk Heroux

Starbucks District 273

2

175.00

76

Logan Webb

FAST 101 (Fighting Against Sex Trafficking 101)

2

175.00

77

Julielee Stitt

Warm Front

5

160.00

78

Micheline Laplante

The Nightingales

7

160.00

79

Allison Hanna

WOLFPACK

3

152.00

80

jennifer McCaugherty

Starbucks District 273

3

150.30

81

Carmen ODonnell

United We Walk!

1

150.00

82

Michael O'Donnell

United We Walk!

1

150.00

83

Liam Thomas

Embassy Kingston

2

150.00

84

Tia Maatta

Warm Front

3

150.00

85

Jenny Dupuis

Starbucks District 273

3

150.00

86

Michael Hart

3

150.00

87

Ann Savage

Kingston Trekkers

6

145.00

88

Leah Hanna

WOLFPACK

2

126.00

89

Hailey Esdon

4

125.50

90

Karin Martinelli

Primerica Pathfinders

3

125.00

91

Sheila van der Horden1

FAST 101 (Fighting Against Sex Trafficking 101)

4

125.00

92

Shelley Beckstead

Slip n’ Stride

2

100.00

93

Bill Pellerine

Bearded villains OSE

3

100.00

94

Paxton Henderson-Boileau

RB Kingston Carpentry/Amy Henderson-Boileau Real Estate Broker

4

100.00

95

Linda Bond-Daigle

Primerica Pathfinders

2

100.00

96

Barbara Shular

MicroAge Kingston

2

100.00

97

Alyssa Henry

FAST 101 (Fighting Against Sex Trafficking 101)

2

100.00

98

William Arnaud

Otter Creek Farms

1

100.00

99

Copelynn Henderson-Boileau

RB Kingston Carpentry/Amy Henderson-Boileau Real Estate Broker

6

100.00

100

Erica Kramer

Starbucks District 273

2

100.00

101

Shelagh Kirby-Hart

1

100.00

102

Mat Clancy

RE/MAX RISE

1

100.00

103

Kasha Mirczewska

WOLFPACK

2

100.00

104

Elora Durocher

Starbucks District 273

1

100.00

105

Margaret Gustavel

WOLFPACK

1

100.00

106

Rob Clark

WOLFPACK

2

100.00

107

Debbie Thomas

Embassy Kingston

1

100.00

108

Kayla Scarr

Media House Collective

3

95.00

109

Murray Hodgson

WOLFPACK

3

90.00

110

Brock Vale

Frontenac Phantoms

3

85.00

111

Lindsy McKever

Starbucks District 273

3

75.00

112

DJ Cook and Family

Otter Creek Farms

1

75.00

113

Christopher Butt

Bearded villains OSE

1

75.00

114

Rachel Dutcher

FAST 101 (Fighting Against Sex Trafficking 101)

1

75.00

115

Sean Lamb

Bearded villains OSE

1

75.00

116

Donna Smyth-McNeilly

Kingston and The Islands Green Party

2

75.00

117

Parryn Doutre

Starbucks District 273

2

59.99

118

Barry Von Stransky

Primerica Pathfinders

1

50.00

119

Kathy Charbonneau

Kingston Trekkers

1

50.00

120

Jessica Hrgetic

Warm Front

1

50.00

121

Elizabeth Visser

Starbucks District 273

1

50.00

122

Jennifer Jollymore

The Unfavourable Temps

1

50.00

123

Chloë Linke

WOLFPACK

1

50.00

124

Steven Gauthier

Kingston Trekkers

2

30.00

125

Theresa Gauthier

Kingston Trekkers

2

30.00

126

Rosa Mordasiewicz

Starbucks District 273

1

25.00

127

Jon Scarr

Media House Collective

1

25.00

128

Laurie McLean

Kingston Street Mission

1

25.00

129

Carolyn Beck

Starbucks District 273

1

25.00

130

Joshua Hartson

FAST 101 (Fighting Against Sex Trafficking 101)

1

20.00

131

Ella Bogart-Cherry

Starbucks District 273

1

20.00

132

Clare Mak

Warm Front

1

20.00

133

Caleb Scheel

Media House Collective

1

20.00

134

Natalie Flieler

Starbucks District 273

1

20.00

135

Daniel Gustavel

WOLFPACK

1

20.00

136

Nancy Von Stransky

Primerica Pathfinders

137

Jennifer Pelland

Starbucks District 273

138

Wendy Lehmann

WOLFPACK

139

Riley St Louis

Starbucks District 273

140

Tye Bailey

Starbucks District 273

141

Christy Falkenberg

Stone City Crew

142

Ryan Rose

RE/MAX RISE

143

jacob Lanoue

Starbucks District 273

144

Joseph Gargaro

Starbucks District 273

145

Teagan Preston

Starbucks District 273

146

Adam Shulist

WOLFPACK

147

Justin Lysohirka

148

David Wright

The East Enders

149

Krystal OFarrell

The O'Farrells

150

Jon Forsythe

WOLFPACK

151

Poppy Forsythe

WOLFPACK

152

Jayna Mandin

Starbucks District 273

153

Chris Torresano

Warm Front

154

Jenna Huth

Starbucks District 273

155

owen m

Starbucks District 273

156

Crystal Lameront

MicroAge Kingston

157

Steven Butler

158

Lisa Walker

Revell Ford

159

Laurie Walker

Revell Ford

160

Kyle Babcock

Bearded villains OSE

161

Aneeka Walker

Revell Ford

162

Jolene Noel

Noel-Huffman’s

163

Tristan Sheridan

Starbucks District 273

164

Leanne Lavigne

Starbucks District 273

165

Jericho Mordasiewicz

Starbucks District 273

166

Taylor Breeze

Starbucks District 273

167

Courtney McNamara

Starbucks District 273

168

Angie Smulders

Starbucks District 273

169

Ryan Monahan

MicroAge Kingston

170

Shannon Pamplin

Starbucks District 273

171

Kallysta Noyes

Starbucks District 273

172

Ben Darling

Bearded villains OSE

173

Shaun Vanhooser

Bearded villains OSE

174

Bethina L

Warm Front

175

Kelsey Lloyd

Starbucks District 273

176

Aaron Aggarwal

WOLFPACK

177

Ing rid

Warm Front

About Lionhearts

Driven by a deep desire to see all people living with human dignity, we at Lionhearts invite everyone to join us in a safe, warm, and welcoming environment without any judgement.


Throughout the winter we provide hot food, warm clothes, hygiene supplies, and a place to get out of the cold. As much as these practical acts of love are imperative for survival, it really is about creating community and social connection year round.


Poverty knows no social boundaries and so we serve every demographic including senior citizens, families, single parents, children and people living with mental illness. We all need support at some point in our lives and some of us have greater challenges to overcome.

Kingston West End Maps

Check out this year's CNOY route maps below:

5kmView + print!

The 5km walk will start at Kingston Gospel Temple proceed to the Cataraqui Centre to see our friends at Starbucks for amazing refreshments before we walk back to Kingston Gospel Temple.

2kmView + print!

We'll be starting out at Kingston Gospel Temple and proceeding to the Futures Gate Starbucks where we will turn around to finish the walk back at Kingston Gospel Temple

Event Day Details

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

Join us in-person on Saturday, February 26, 2022. Scroll down to read all the event day details!

StartGoogle Map

Kingston Gospel Temple

2295 Princess Street

We'll be meeting in the front parking lot!

Check-in

  • All walkers must check-in personally to participate in the in-person event on Saturday, February 26, 2022.
  • 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.
  • No money or cheques will be processed at check-in.

Have questions? Visit the FAQ section!

Schedule

  • 4:00 pm: Check-in opens
  • 5:00 pm: Opening remarks
  • 5:15 pm: Walker send off (all distances)
  • 5:30 pm: Light meal service opens
  • 6:00 pm: Check-in closes
  • 6:30 pm: Rest stop closes
  • 6:45 pm: Meal service closes
  • 7:00 pm: Route closes

Route Details

  • Route Distances: 2 km or 5 km
  • Rest stop: There will be one rest stop on the 5km route with yummy snacks and drinks
  • Signage: All routes will be well-signed with our bold blue CNOY signs
  • Route Support: Route marshals, rest stop hosts, and sweep vehicle drivers will provide support along the route
  • 12 and under walkers must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times

Toque Pick-up

In-Person Walkers can pick up their toques at walker check-in on February 26th.


  • For our virtual walkers, please contact Shawn at ss@lionhearts.ca to arrange a pick-up time.

  • Team captains may pick up toques for their whole team if they wish.

Handling Money

We cannot process cash or cheques at our in-person event. Here's what you can do:

  • 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 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 sheet.
  • 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.

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
  • A face mask for personal use or if you need to go inside
  • Extra snacks if you have allergies or food sensitivities
  • Your own water bottle
  • A passion for the charity you're walking and fundraising for

Waivers

All participants must register online this year and accept the electronic waiver.

  • When they register online, they will automatically accept an electronic waiver, which is all that is needed for adults.
  • If you have youth or children on your team, they will need to have their parent or guardian sign a printed paper waiver.
  • Someone on your team (like you!) must take a photo of all child/youth waivers and send them to waivers@cnoy.org.

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