Raised:
$2,840
5%Goal:
$50,000

Richmond

Hosted by Chimo Community Services

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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

Richmond (Chimo Community Services) is super grateful for our fantastic 2022 sponsors! View all sponsors >

Richmond 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

CHIMO 2022

Tabitha Geraghty

4

1,250.00

2

Steveston Girls

Britt Stevens

2

945.00

3

United Church Walkers

Bruce McAndless-Davis

2

250.00

4

Joyce's Highsteppers

Joyce Alisharan

1

150.00

5

Richmond Sunrise Rotary Strutters

Debbie Tablotney

3

100.00

6

Richmond Shoebox Project

Kim Mark

3

50.00

7

Fr. Bill & friends

Bill Mok

1

50.00

8

Empower Physiotherapy

Julia Wickham

6

25.00

9

Richmond Citizens Association (RCA)

Keefer Pelech

2

10

MLA Henry Yao and Friends

Henry Yao

1

11

RPC Childcare

Chantelle Pereira

1

12

Vancity Richmond

Sameer Chavda

1

13

Hugh Boyd Secondary

Brock Aura

1

14

Trinity Youth

Samantha Neeb

1

#

Name

Team Name

Donors

Raised

1

Britt Stevens

Steveston Girls

8

945.00

2

Evan Waterman

CHIMO 2022

5

750.00

3

Tabitha Geraghty

CHIMO 2022

2

300.00

4

Bruce McAndless-Davis

United Church Walkers

2

200.00

5

Vanessa Waechtler

CHIMO 2022

2

200.00

6

Joyce Alisharan

Joyce's Highsteppers

1

150.00

7

Kim Mark

Richmond Shoebox Project

1

50.00

8

Bill Mok

Fr. Bill & friends

1

50.00

9

Jan Brady

United Church Walkers

1

50.00

10

Julia Wickham

Empower Physiotherapy

1

25.00

11

Kristen Penhall

1

20.00

12

Lisa Banks

Richmond Shoebox Project

13

Grace Hanlon

Steveston Girls

14

Annabella Semple

Empower Physiotherapy

15

Shireen Ng

Empower Physiotherapy

16

Hayley Montes

Empower Physiotherapy

17

Greg Murray

Richmond Shoebox Project

18

Linda Maedel

Empower Physiotherapy

19

Jennifer West-Irving

CHIMO 2022

20

Christine Marin

Richmond Sunrise Rotary Strutters

21

Patricia Atkinson

Richmond Sunrise Rotary Strutters

22

Brock Aura

Hugh Boyd Secondary

23

Lisa Wong

24

Sameer Chavda

Vancity Richmond

25

Chantelle Pereira

RPC Childcare

26

Henry Yao

MLA Henry Yao and Friends

27

Debbie Tablotney

Richmond Sunrise Rotary Strutters

28

Keefer Pelech

Richmond Citizens Association (RCA)

29

Samantha Neeb

Trinity Youth

30

Jack Trovato

Richmond Citizens Association (RCA)

31

Jennifer LC

Empower Physiotherapy

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 12 - February 26, 2022. Scroll down to read all the event day details!

Start

We're Going Virtual!


Based on Dr. Bonnie Henry's recommendations, we should not plan to gather again this year.


We will be hosting our virtual event from February 12th, through Feb 26th.


Sign your team up now, and we will see you online!


Post your photos or video's of your walk.

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!


Virtual walkers can pick up their toques at Chimo between January 31st - February 18th.


Here are the toque pick-up times:


Mon - Fri 10am -3pm


  • Pick-up times & locations to be arranged in January
  • 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!

2021 CNOY Photos

Here's a collection of our favourite photos from CNOY 2021 nationwide - special thanks to our many volunteer photographers who sent them in!

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About Chimo Community Services

Chimo Community Services welcomes you — that’s why our name includes chimo, an Inuktitut word of friendly greeting. We’re a Richmond non-profit providing free, confidential, and non-judgmental services in Advocacy Services, Community Engagement Services, Counselling Services, Crisis Line, Housing Services, and Newcomers Settlement Services. Chimo’s mission is empowering people in crisis to achieve well-being and health.


For inquiries about registrations, event logistics, and sponsorship opportunities, please contact Chimo Community Services at cnoy@chimoservices.com.

Contact Us


Richmond

Tabitha
Toll Free 1.877.743.3413 / Phone 604.279.7077
Email cnoy@chimoservices.com

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