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. Join us on February 25, 2023 - team up, fundraise, walk, and gather for good... because it’s cold out there.
Habitat for Humanity Greater Vancouver is a non-profit housing organization that mobilizes the community and welcomes partnerships to help build safe, secure, and affordable housing for working families in the low-to-middle income range. The barriers to affordable housing are growing exponentially, and, as one of 49 Habitat affiliates in Canada, we are keenly focused as we work to address the urgent need. Building throughout the Lower Mainland, and into the Fraser Valley, Habitat Greater Vancouver has a new home planned in North Vancouver and our largest project to date of 42 units coming in Coquitlam in 2023. Over the lifetime of our current Habitat homes more than 500 families and over 1500 children will have their futures forever changed.
Habitat ReStores play an integral role in helping to fund our builds and in keeping thousands of tonnes of usable products from going to the landfill. Partnerships with organizations, individuals, companies and local government are the key to success.
Every ONE can help bring stability and hope to a family in need of a safe place to call home. Please join us!
Start/Finish location is the Habitat for Humanity ReStore in North Vancouver
- street parking available or in the lot with Canadian Tire and Michael's
Start at ReStore, walk past Park & Tilford and Rona. Turn right at Kennard Ave, circle behind Rona to the drive between P&T Gardens and Starbucks. Cross Brooksbank, back to ReStore.
MainSt to Spirit Trail cross 3rd St pedestrian bridge. At Moodyville Park, north on Moody to 3rd and loop back to Moodyville at Queensbury. North on Heywood to Keith, right at Brooksbank to ReStore