Raised:
$73,638
49%Goal:
$150,000

Richmond Hill

Hosted by Blue Door

207Walkers49Teams33Volunteers20Days Left

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.

Community Sponsors

Richmond Hill (Blue Door) is super grateful for our fantastic 2023 sponsors! View all sponsors >

Richmond Hill 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

Snow Place to Call Home

Emmy Kelly

5

6,023.00

2

Holy Trinity Church

Miriam Irving

5

4,770.00

3

The Bridge Markham Community Church

Francesca Di Stefano

8

2,770.00

4

Blue Beards

Michael Braithwaite

2

2,744.00

5

Connecting the Community

Marj Andre

8

2,435.00

6

CLCY"Family First"

Andrew Fagan

7

2,285.00

7

Walkie-Talkies

Amanda Palermo

8

1,900.00

8

Ebenezer Rocks!

Jane Smyth

6

1,850.00

9

Team Leah Taylor Roy

Michele Bussieres

4

1,360.00

10

CarltonOne Engagement Team

Ian Lomas

3

1,325.00

11

Community Legal Clinic of York Region

Jeff Schlemmer

6

1,110.00

12

York Regional Police

Chirag Bhatt

6

1,075.00

13

Happy Feet

Rebecca Turner

16

975.00

14

Home is Where the Heart Is

Rhona Mackay

4

905.00

15

Journey Home Walkers

Rachael Sedman

1

885.00

16

Mosaic Family

Rehana Sumar

8

820.00

17

Starbucks D263

Heather Haight

20

705.00

18

David West Community Volunteers

Michelle Deaust

9

645.00

19

Grace Baptist Church of Richmond Hill

Ishan Prabhu

4

400.00

20

TEAM EG (East Gwillimbury)

Terry Foster

3

350.00

21

King Henry's Arms

Anders Lindfors - Wheeler

1

350.00

22

Ninjas for Shelter

Seema Sarda

2

350.00

23

License to Chill

Jezamine Willis

1

350.00

24

Feel Good Friends

Manisha Melwani

1

320.00

25

Public Health Pedominators

Andrea Main

8

285.00

26

Family Rules

Santiago Family

3

275.00

27

TEAM SUCCESS

Rosemary Caleb

1

270.00

28

Alectra walks for Blue Door

Amber Azarcon

2

225.00

29

Team Majid Jowhari

Sherry Jiao

1

200.00

30

Seneca College Public Safety, Behavioural Studies and Health Studies

Gary Galbraith

3

151.00

31

Revera Glynnwood Retirement Residence - HTC

Gina Cook

3

150.00

32

The Vanderneut-Lavers

Adrianna Vanderneut

1

125.00

33

Coledale PS

Christopher McMahon

1

100.00

34

We Care For You Charity

Anjaly Mallawa Arachchi

1

75.00

35

Dream team

Meagan Dizon

2

70.00

36

Ally Sone, Jayson Sone and Crestwood Prep

Ally and Jayson Sone

1

50.00

37

RHCC "Rock and Strollers"

Cameron Fraser

2

50.00

38

Leeder

Amanda Carlyle

1

25.00

39

Toronto Marriott Markham

Chaenelle Chedie

1

10.00

40

Team G

Brandon Adams

1

41

Team Orcus Law LLP

Simmi Kapoor

1

42

Team Addiscott

Kersi C

2

43

Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church

Nancy Vanderlaag

4

44

Heading North

Monika Macalpine

1

45

Warm Heart Walkers

Katie Bea

1

46

Wileman

Kandace Bond Wileman

4

47

District 221

Clayton Kendall

15

48

Jefferson Community Association

simon cui

3

49

Canadian Courage Project

Katie Sonier

1

#

Name

Team Name

Donors

Raised

1

Emmy Kelly

Snow Place to Call Home

21

3,148.00

2

Michael Braithwaite

Blue Beards

19

2,544.00

3

Angie Fix

Snow Place to Call Home

26

2,125.00

4

Antonio Resendes

The Bridge Markham Community Church

22

1,875.00

5

Al Jones

9

1,750.00

6

Anne Thomson

Holy Trinity Church

23

1,715.00

7

Andrew Fagan

CLCY"Family First"

13

1,490.00

8

Bari-Lynne Butters

Holy Trinity Church

14

1,350.00

9

Janet & Ralph Dunham

Ebenezer Rocks!

15

1,300.00

10

Amanda Palermo

Walkie-Talkies

20

1,275.00

11

Leah Taylor Roy

Team Leah Taylor Roy

7

1,010.00

12

Marj Andre

Connecting the Community

15

975.00

13

Rebecca Jones

Holy Trinity Church

6

950.00

14

Rachael Sedman

Journey Home Walkers

11

885.00

15

Francesca Di Stefano

The Bridge Markham Community Church

9

695.00

16

Chirag Bhatt

York Regional Police

5

675.00

17

Christine Fagan-Smith

CLCY"Family First"

9

650.00

18

Carol-Ann Dennis

Connecting the Community

10

590.00

19

Ian Lomas

CarltonOne Engagement Team

6

460.00

20

Marilyn Olivares

Holy Trinity Church

8

435.00

21

Nicky Yuval

Mosaic Family

4

425.00

22

Rhona Mackay

Home is Where the Heart Is

7

420.00

23

Carol Chan

Starbucks D263

21

410.00

24

Nabeela Baig

Ninjas for Shelter

3

350.00

25

Michele Bussieres

Team Leah Taylor Roy

2

350.00

26

Anders Lindfors - Wheeler

King Henry's Arms

4

350.00

27

Jezamine Willis

License to Chill

3

350.00

28

Daniela Biggart

Happy Feet

4

325.00

29

Manisha Melwani

Feel Good Friends

8

320.00

30

Miriam Irving

Holy Trinity Church

3

320.00

31

Wesley Chee

Home is Where the Heart Is

9

310.00

32

Emma Wood

Happy Feet

8

300.00

33

Bruce Rhodes

Connecting the Community

1

300.00

34

Esmin Tonnellier

Community Legal Clinic of York Region

6

280.00

35

Emily Rowe

Snow Place to Call Home

2

275.00

36

Rudi Genovese

Snow Place to Call Home

2

275.00

37

Rosemary Caleb

TEAM SUCCESS

4

270.00

38

Sonali Brown

Community Legal Clinic of York Region

4

250.00

39

Jeff Schlemmer

Community Legal Clinic of York Region

2

250.00

40

David Plumb

David West Community Volunteers

5

245.00

41

Peter Dennis

Connecting the Community

3

230.00

42

Lynne Cunningham

Alectra walks for Blue Door

3

225.00

43

Nazneen and Amaar Karim

Mosaic Family

5

220.00

44

Sandra Corrado

Connecting the Community

4

200.00

45

Marilyn Tankard

Ebenezer Rocks!

3

200.00

46

Renee Gillies

Snow Place to Call Home

3

200.00

47

Marianne Marando

Blue Beards

1

200.00

48

Nino Zingone

Community Legal Clinic of York Region

4

180.00

49

Aaron Fix

Walkie-Talkies

4

175.00

50

Santiago Family

Family Rules

3

175.00

51

Rebecca Turner

Happy Feet

3

175.00

52

Paul Sadler

Grace Baptist Church of Richmond Hill

1

150.00

53

Amanda Freer

Home is Where the Heart Is

4

150.00

54

Andrew Gu

Grace Baptist Church of Richmond Hill

1

150.00

55

Joanne Williams

The Bridge Markham Community Church

1

150.00

56

Gina Cook

Revera Glynnwood Retirement Residence - HTC

2

150.00

57

Shaelynn Rakovski

Walkie-Talkies

3

150.00

58

Margaret Tribe

Ebenezer Rocks!

1

150.00

59

Vanessa Aguiar

York Regional Police

1

150.00

60

Edin Jackson

CLCY"Family First"

3

145.00

61

Adrianna Vanderneut

The Vanderneut-Lavers

2

125.00

62

Amalee Lavigne

Walkie-Talkies

4

125.00

63

Katie Wickham

Public Health Pedominators

3

125.00

64

Lisa Kustin

3

125.00

65

Seth Tuckey

Mosaic Family

2

125.00

66

Terry Foster

TEAM EG (East Gwillimbury)

1

100.00

67

Lynda Muir

David West Community Volunteers

1

100.00

68

Roshni Bhatt

York Regional Police

1

100.00

69

Veronica Correa

York Regional Police

1

100.00

70

Gary Galbraith

Seneca College Public Safety, Behavioural Studies and Health Studies

1

100.00

71

Ishan Prabhu

Grace Baptist Church of Richmond Hill

1

100.00

72

Jane Smyth

Ebenezer Rocks!

1

100.00

73

Brooke Gouveia

Happy Feet

3

100.00

74

Andrea Main

Public Health Pedominators

1

100.00

75

Christian Cook

CarltonOne Engagement Team

1

75.00

76

Courtney Constantine

Walkie-Talkies

3

75.00

77

Kristoph Kanhai

CarltonOne Engagement Team

1

50.00

78

David West

David West Community Volunteers

1

50.00

79

Rehana Sumar

Mosaic Family

2

50.00

80

Angelica Navarrete

Community Legal Clinic of York Region

1

50.00

81

Ally and Jayson Sone

Ally Sone, Jayson Sone and Crestwood Prep

1

50.00

82

Cameron Fraser

RHCC "Rock and Strollers"

1

50.00

83

Dave Massey

David West Community Volunteers

1

50.00

84

Mae Belvett

Ebenezer Rocks!

1

50.00

85

Heidi Krebs

Starbucks D263

1

50.00

86

Michelle Deaust

David West Community Volunteers

1

50.00

87

Bettina Relopez

Starbucks D263

1

50.00

88

Daniel Cuzzolino

The Bridge Markham Community Church

1

50.00

89

Michelle Sutherland

Community Legal Clinic of York Region

1

50.00

90

Dominique Mercier-Cox

Walkie-Talkies

2

50.00

91

Heather Haight

Starbucks D263

2

50.00

92

Christopher McMahon

Coledale PS

1

50.00

93

Buck Family

Family Rules

1

50.00

94

Marilyn Clark

David West Community Volunteers

1

50.00

95

Nadia Popovici

Connecting the Community

1

40.00

96

Ashley MacDonald

Seneca College Public Safety, Behavioural Studies and Health Studies

1

30.00

97

Steph Kinnear

Walkie-Talkies

1

25.00

98

Alex Cheng

Walkie-Talkies

1

25.00

99

Amanda Carlyle

Leeder

1

25.00

100

Chris Christopher

Home is Where the Heart Is

1

25.00

101

Colby Clarke

Happy Feet

1

25.00

102

Luke Gheshlaghi

Starbucks D263

1

25.00

103

Nicole Hanlon

Seneca College Public Safety, Behavioural Studies and Health Studies

3

21.00

104

Zoe Scolnik

Starbucks D263

1

20.00

105

Meagan Dizon

Dream team

2

20.00

106

Hannah Murray

Public Health Pedominators

1

10.00

107

Chaenelle Chedie

Toronto Marriott Markham

1

10.00

108

Judy Gouveia

Happy Feet

1

10.00

109

Nigel Gouveia

Happy Feet

1

10.00

110

Troy Gouveia

111

Paola Arci

112

Clayton Kendall

District 221

113

Jina Chung

Starbucks D263

114

Katie Bea

Warm Heart Walkers

115

Karl Bryan Lacson

Starbucks D263

116

Kimberly Gouveia

Happy Feet

117

Veronica Ngan

Mosaic Family

118

Neve Webster

Happy Feet

119

Denise Graham

Public Health Pedominators

120

yuli fan

Jefferson Community Association

121

Melissa Kennedy

York Regional Police

122

Ryan Jagoe

TEAM EG (East Gwillimbury)

123

Jenny Slorach

Starbucks D263

124

Jerry Tao

Jefferson Community Association

125

Melanie Marshall

CLCY"Family First"

126

Seema Sarda

Ninjas for Shelter

127

simon cui

Jefferson Community Association

128

Mo Family

Family Rules

129

Robert Huh

District 221

130

Kathleen Mochnacki

Connecting the Community

131

Nancy Vanderlaag

Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church

132

Anna Lee

Connecting the Community

133

Liam Hanratty

David West Community Volunteers

134

Kersi C

Team Addiscott

135

Brandon Adams

Team G

136

Candy NG

Team Addiscott

137

Sebastian Donnelly

District 221

138

Simmi Kapoor

Team Orcus Law LLP

139

Nicola Fraser

RHCC "Rock and Strollers"

140

Daniyal Khaleghi

Team Leah Taylor Roy

141

Ellen Tan

Revera Glynnwood Retirement Residence - HTC

142

Sarah Bradshaw

Revera Glynnwood Retirement Residence - HTC

143

Janis Warner

CLCY"Family First"

144

Trevor Zingg

145

Herman Vanderlaag

Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church

146

Reverend Robert Hayashi

Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church

147

CALVIN QUEK

The Bridge Markham Community Church

148

Eunice Lam

Starbucks D263

149

Deborah Campbell

Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church

150

Raika Sheppard

Team Leah Taylor Roy

151

Amanda Wikke

CLCY"Family First"

152

Christine Ruchlewicz

CLCY"Family First"

153

Katie Sonier

Canadian Courage Project

154

Michelle Barillas Zuniga

District 221

155

Charlize Ebert

District 221

156

Hudson Wileman

Wileman

157

Parker Wileman

Wileman

158

Finley Wileman

Wileman

159

Raphael Leung

Starbucks D263

160

Paige Robinson

Happy Feet

161

Meg Gallagher

Happy Feet

162

Lauren Howell

Happy Feet

163

Julia Winter

Happy Feet

164

Gerry Fitzsimmons

The Bridge Markham Community Church

165

Kandace Bond Wileman

Wileman

166

Anjaly Mallawa Arachchi

We Care For You Charity

167

Timmy Cheng

Starbucks D263

168

Manisa Jiaravuthisan

Public Health Pedominators

169

Christian Manlapaz

Starbucks D263

170

Valeriya Novikova

Dream team

171

Iqra M

Starbucks D263

172

Ava Kamali

Starbucks D263

173

Kate Barnes

Public Health Pedominators

174

Shokoofeh Meskoob

Starbucks D263

175

Monika Macalpine

Heading North

176

Maylani Sebastiampillai

Public Health Pedominators

177

Azam Hassam

District 221

178

Michelle Hsu

District 221

179

Jay Encarnacion

District 221

180

Deborah Childs

The Bridge Markham Community Church

181

Teresa Cozzella

Public Health Pedominators

182

Paula Liness

David West Community Volunteers

183

Cailyn Gayle

Starbucks D263

184

Bettina Wang

Mosaic Family

185

Sabrina Coultis

The Bridge Markham Community Church

186

Joanne Di Francesco

Starbucks D263

187

Sadiq Fazal

Mosaic Family

188

Melanie Winter

District 221

189

Hannah Scolnik

Starbucks D263

190

Nina Bianca relopez

District 221

191

Jessica Blue Door

Mosaic Family

192

Joel Gouveia

Happy Feet

193

Kayria Omoruyi

District 221

194

Karla Castellanos

District 221

195

Sarah Hallatt

District 221

196

Lindsay Newlove

York Regional Police

197

Ruth Plumb

David West Community Volunteers

198

Amber Azarcon

Alectra walks for Blue Door

199

Sherry Jiao

Team Majid Jowhari

200

Christine Hanson

Ebenezer Rocks!

201

shariqa bashir

Starbucks D263

The Challenge

Got a big-hearted business, workplace, group, church, or community? Step up and join the Challenge to compete for your local pride in support of CNOY. Check the National Challengeboard to see more!

About Blue Door

The largest emergency housing provider in York Region, Blue Door supports people at risk of or experiencing homelessness to attain/retain affordable housing.


People facing homelessness come from a variety of backgrounds and face challenging life circumstances including job loss, eviction, mental illnesses, and much more.


To meet the unique needs of vulnerable people, Blue Door offers emergency housing, supportive housing, job training with Construct, and winter refuge through Mosaic Interfaith Out of the Cold.


Your support is vital in saving the lives of youth, adults, and families in your community.


Register Today!

Event Day Details

Save the date - CNOY Day is February 25, 2023!

StartGoogle Map

8569 Bayview Ave.

Richmond Hill ON

Canada L4B 3M7

Schedule

  • 4:00 pm: Meet Check-in opens
  • 5:00 pm: Move Opening remarks + send-off
  • 6:00 pm: Munch Light meal served
  • 7:00 pm: Mosey Goodbye + Go Home

Not able to join us in person on CNOY Day? We hope you'll register to fundraise and walk offsite with friends and family.

Route Details

  • Route Distances: Check out the maps below to see where we will be walking.
  • Rest stop: Keep an eye out for opportunities to rest and refresh with yummy snacks along the route.
  • Signage: All routes will be well-signed with our bold blue CNOY signs.
  • Route Support: Route marshals, rest stop hosts, and support vehicle drivers provide support along the route.
  • 12 and under walkers must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.
  • Pets: We love our little furballs like you do, but pets are not permitted at the Coldest Night of the Year except for approved and trained service animals.

Read more about our pet policy here: FAQ: pets.

Check-In

  • All walkers must check-in personally to participate in the in-person event on Saturday, February 25, 2023.
  • 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.

Have questions? Visit the FAQ section!

Handling Money

  • 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.

Waivers

All participants must register online and accept the electronic waiver.

  • Adults: When you register online, you automatically accept an electronic waiver, which is all that is needed for adults.
  • Youth/Children: 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.
  • Waivers will be available at check-in on Event Day.

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
  • Extra snacks if you have allergies or food sensitivities
  • Your own water bottle
  • A passion for the charity you're walking and fundraising for!

Richmond Hill Maps

Check out this year's CNOY route maps below:

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Contact Us


CNOY Richmond Hill 2023

Rebecca Turner Resource Development Coordinator
Phone 9052515580
Email rebecca.t@bluedoor.ca

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