Raised:
$10,885
36%Goal:
$30,000

Okotoks

Hosted by Baby It's Cold Outside and The Okotoks FoodBank

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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.

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!

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!


  • Wednesday, February 23: 12 – 6pm - Okotoks Foodbank, Unit 120, 220 Stockton Avenue
  • Thursday, February 24: 10am – 5pm - Okotoks Foodbank, Unit 120, 220 Stockton Avenue
  • Team captains may pick up toques for their whole team if they wish

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!

Okotoks 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

St. James Parish Okotoks

Leanne kilcommons

21

3,275.00

2

The Walkie Talkies

Julie Parry

9

2,355.00

3

The Sharing and Caring Okotoks Foodbankers

Pamela McLean

5

750.00

4

MESA Mavens

Gwen Rice

2

700.00

5

T’s Warriors

Tamara Boivin

2

500.00

6

Okotoks Accounting Professionals

Julie Matchett

3

490.00

7

Tara's Trekker Team

Tara Kosek

3

400.00

8

Team Blue

Samantha Clement

5

400.00

9

Pure Envy Salon & Spa

Tanya Douglas

3

225.00

10

St. JPII Walks for Kindness

St. John Paul II Collegiate Kindness Walk

2

200.00

11

St. James Parish, Okotoks - Youth Group

The Williamson Family

150.00

12

Okotoks Starbucks

Dijana Tatic

1

13

Foothills Angel

Jody Seeley

1

#

Name

Team Name

Donors

Raised

1

Laura Morlang

12

1,040.00

2

Leanne kilcommons

St. James Parish Okotoks

13

825.00

3

Light of Jesus Family Okotoks

St. James Parish Okotoks

6

555.00

4

Gwen Rice

MESA Mavens

10

525.00

5

Tamara Boivin

T’s Warriors

1

500.00

6

The Williamson Family

Hope, Courage, Connection and Joy

3

400.00

7

Susan Stratton

The Walkie Talkies

2

400.00

8

Julie Parry

The Walkie Talkies

2

280.00

9

Edward Parry

The Walkie Talkies

1

250.00

10

Bente Yanota

The Sharing and Caring Okotoks Foodbankers

3

250.00

11

Office Okotoks

St. James Parish Okotoks

2

250.00

12

Couples for Christ Okotoks

St. James Parish Okotoks

3

225.00

13

Julie Matchett

Okotoks Accounting Professionals

7

220.00

14

Aimee Ottenbreit

St. James Parish Okotoks

2

200.00

15

Nicole Donnelly

St. JPII Walks for Kindness

2

200.00

16

Tara Kosek

Tara's Trekker Team

2

200.00

17

Lori & Reece Kosek

Tara's Trekker Team

1

200.00

18

Tanya Douglas

Pure Envy Salon & Spa

3

175.00

19

Carol Price

MESA Mavens

7

175.00

20

Tom Sherry

Team Blue

1

150.00

21

Susan Kleinsasser

Okotoks Accounting Professionals

2

150.00

22

The Weimer Family

St. James Parish Okotoks

3

150.00

23

Devyn Hanrahan

Team Blue

2

150.00

24

Knights of Columbus Okotoks

St. James Parish Okotoks

2

125.00

25

Andrew Wing

St. James Parish Okotoks

1

100.00

26

Carl Kennedy

The Sharing and Caring Okotoks Foodbankers

1

100.00

27

Angela Barber

Okotoks Accounting Professionals

2

100.00

28

The Dabrowski Family Dabrowski

St. James Parish Okotoks

1

100.00

29

Donna Large

The Sharing and Caring Okotoks Foodbankers

1

100.00

30

Char Hansma

The Sharing and Caring Okotoks Foodbankers

1

100.00

31

Brandon Parry

The Walkie Talkies

1

100.00

32

Pamela McLean

The Sharing and Caring Okotoks Foodbankers

1

100.00

33

SVDP Okotoks

St. James Parish Okotoks

1

50.00

34

Youth Okotoks

St. James Parish Okotoks

1

50.00

35

Samantha Clement

Team Blue

1

50.00

36

Jodi hanrahan Jodi hanrahan

Team Blue

1

50.00

37

Kristy Robertson

Pure Envy Salon & Spa

1

50.00

38

Tara Epp

St. James Parish Okotoks

1

50.00

39

Shaun Williamson

St. James Parish Okotoks

1

25.00

40

Darren Stratton

The Walkie Talkies

1

25.00

41

George & Ryan Mathews

St. James Parish Okotoks

1

25.00

42

Derek, Leanne, Reese, Felix, Violet & Luke Ully

St. James Parish Okotoks

43

Dijana Tatic

Okotoks Starbucks

44

Brett Murrell

Team Blue

45

Lesley Plouffe

Pure Envy Salon & Spa

46

Jesse Stratton

The Walkie Talkies

47

Amanda Johnson

St. James Parish Okotoks

48

Maria-Theresa Allen

St. James Parish Okotoks

49

Barb Bernhardsen

T’s Warriors

50

Jody Seeley

Foothills Angel

51

St. John Paul II Collegiate Kindness Walk

St. JPII Walks for Kindness

52

Beverley Collins

The Walkie Talkies

53

Monique Marion

St. James Parish Okotoks

About Baby It's Cold Outside

Link NameBaby it's Cold Outside


"Giving those in need a hand up."


Did you know that on any given night there are approximately 50,000 Canadians that are homeless? This doesn't even include those individuals who have crashed on someone's couch or people who never find a bed for the night at a local shelter. On average, 350,000 Canadians a year at some point don't have a roof over their heads. Homelessness in Alberta and across the country continues to rise at an alarming rate. According to research from the Homeless Hub (2013), the statistic was 150,000 homeless people, which was an increase of 85,000 homeless people or 57%. Homelessness costs the Canadian economy 7 billion dollars annually, and this does not include smaller community shelters that offer support to individuals suffering from domestic violence.


Over Baby it’s Cold Outside has organized winter clothing drives, advertising and soliciting donations of winter clothes,meals and toiletries from Albertans across the province.


About The Okotoks FoodBank

The Okotoks Food Bank has been serving families in the Town and surrounding area since 1985. We're a primarily volunteer run organization governed by a Board of Directors and managed by a paid Executive Director. The mission of the Okotoks Food Bank Association is to provide emergency food assistance to local families in need. We treat all those who access our services with kindness, confidentiality and utmost dignity and respect. The mandate of the OFBA is well known in the local community, and our clients range from a variety of ages and diverse cultures. Every day we see how hunger affects men, women and children and how it can become an obstacle to success.

We provide fresh produce, eggs, margarine, frozen meat and vegetables, non-perishable food items, bread and milk cards. We also provide non-food and personal care items as available.

We are a registered charity under the Societies Act and provide tax receipts to donors.

Contact Us


CNOY Okotoks 2022

The CNOY Team Participant & Donor Services
Toll Free 1.877.743.3413 / Phone 519.603.2250
Email okotoks@cnoy.org

Got questions about the Coldest Night of the Year?
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