Raised:
$82,993
165%Goal:
$50,000

Squamish

Hosted by Squamish Helping Hands Society

231Walkers54Teams53Volunteers5°C

The Coldest Night of the Year is a winterrific family-friendly walk in support of local charities serving people experiencing hurt, hunger, and homelessness. Join us on February 24, 2024 - team up, fundraise, walk, and take a moment to look closer... because it’s cold out there.

Community Sponsors

Squamish (Squamish Helping Hands Society) is super grateful for our fantastic 2024 sponsors! View all sponsors >

2024 CNOY Photos

Here's an early collection of our fave CNOY 2024 pics from across North America - special thanks to our many volunteer photographers! If you've got CNOY Day photos or videos you'd like to share, contact photos@bluesea.org.

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Squamish 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

Henry & Rotary

HENRY MARSDEN

9

6,000.00

2

Rotary Glen

Glen McEachran

7

5,606.00

3

Woodfibre LNG

Selena Basi

3

5,000.00

4

Kevin Haberl and another ROTARY CLUB OF SQUAMISH team

Kevin Haberl

4

3,750.00

5

Axiom Builders

Steve Moan

7

3,560.00

6

Brrr-isters

Esther De Vos

7

3,106.06

7

Rotary's Winter Warriors

Vicki Haberl

7

2,700.00

8

Squamish Literary Society

Hannah Trischman

9

2,640.00

9

Squamish Titans

Jessica Walker

3

2,535.00

10

Speedy Solicitors

Cedric (Eddie) Carter

5

2,380.00

11

Squamish United Church

Anita Spiller

10

2,323.00

12

Squamish Helping Hands Society

Michelle Cronier

3

2,175.00

13

While We Can Clan

Linda Kelly-Smith

14

2,075.00

14

Eagle Mountain - Woodfibre Gas Pipeline Project & Surerus Murphy Joint Venture (SMJV)

Chloe Finn

1

2,000.00

15

The Rock Church

Rudi Botha

7

1,739.47

16

Caring Climbers

nina tappin

2

1,510.00

17

Anchored to Courage

Vanessa Senecal

6

1,350.00

18

Squamish Baptist Church

Cathy Roose

6

1,335.00

19

St. John the Divine Anglican Church

Cameron Gutjahr

2

1,260.00

20

GFL - Green Team Cheer Machine

Denise Imbeau

1

1,250.00

21

Pearl’s Peeps

Valerie Nagy

12

1,210.00

22

Brackendale Babes

Lisa Mcintosh

6

1,085.00

23

The GD Masters

Joaquin Jones

4

900.00

24

Fresh Ayre and friends

Emily Mark

7

854.00

25

Penguins

Anthony Adamson

3

845.00

26

District of Squamish

Megan Latimer

5

840.00

27

Daisy's Fan Club

Andrea McDonald

1

800.00

28

Cold Hands, Warm Hearts

Kelly Pettingill

2

685.00

29

Squamish Helping Hands Society Volunteers

Michelle Balch

7

675.00

30

Carbon Engineering

Sean McKay

1

675.00

31

Book Worms

Geraldine Guilfoyle

1

670.00

32

Slow Girls Hiking Club

Carly Moulton

10

595.00

33

Squamish Mental Health

Stephanie Devlin

6

580.00

34

Squamish United - U13 Boys

Michael Gelz

3

545.00

35

Optomeyes Squamish

Laura Chapman

1

500.00

36

Gary Baldy

Armand Hurford

2

450.00

37

Skyridge Montessori

Sebastien Cronier

3

380.00

38

Rowena's Team

Rowena File

1

350.00

39

Housing Squamish

Sarah Ellis

1

340.00

40

SQUAMISH ACTIVE COMMUNITY

Dave Nabi

2

300.00

41

Squamish Ramblers

Elizabeth Gillis

4

265.00

42

Starbucks 216 Squamish

Anita Kingston

1

200.00

43

Social Strollers

Hamish Elliott

5

200.00

44

A-FRAME Brewing Co

Caylin Glazier

2

190.00

45

Hoshino Special!

Karen Hoshino

1

150.00

46

Squamish Lions Club

Amanda Gray

2

150.00

47

RBC SQUAMISH

SANDY DESFOSSES

1

125.00

48

Waypoint Squamish Team

Engagement Committee

4

110.00

49

Mount Garibaldi Freemasons

David Gelz

1

50.00

50

Emerson's team

Holden Bonwit

1

25.00

51

Step it Up

Ashley Hallinan

1

4.44

52

Hospital Hill squamish

Mina Kavia

1

53

KIND Yoga Squamish

Ellen Reesor

1

#

Name

Team Name

Donors

Raised

1

Selena Basi

Woodfibre LNG

1

5,000.00

2

Bob Fast

Kevin Haberl and another ROTARY CLUB OF SQUAMISH team

3

3,000.00

3

Jessica Walker

Squamish Titans

22

2,185.00

4

Chloe Finn

Eagle Mountain - Woodfibre Gas Pipeline Project & Surerus Murphy Joint Venture (SMJV)

1

2,000.00

5

Glen McEachran

Rotary Glen

16

1,801.00

6

HENRY MARSDEN

Henry & Rotary

6

1,775.00

7

Brian Finley (Rotary)

Henry & Rotary

21

1,610.00

8

Kat Jezowiczova

5

1,440.00

9

Graham Laschuk

Brrr-isters

22

1,156.06

10

Brett Trainor

Squamish Literary Society

7

1,050.00

11

nina tappin

Caring Climbers

24

1,025.00

12

Tara McCormick

Henry & Rotary

3

1,000.00

13

Cameron Gutjahr

St. John the Divine Anglican Church

11

860.00

14

Vanessa Woloszczak

Henry & Rotary

12

805.00

15

Jordan Felix

Axiom Builders

3

800.00

16

Andrea McDonald

Daisy's Fan Club

4

800.00

17

Kaitlyn Kostiuk

Speedy Solicitors

4

750.00

18

Kevin Emerson

Axiom Builders

6

710.00

19

Hannah Trischman

Squamish Literary Society

4

700.00

20

Adam Thodos

Axiom Builders

2

700.00

21

Vicki Haberl

Rotary's Winter Warriors

11

700.00

22

Catherine Rockandel

Rotary's Winter Warriors

11

675.00

23

Anita Spiller

Squamish United Church

9

663.00

24

Cedric (Eddie) Carter

Speedy Solicitors

5

600.00

25

Eloise Faehndrich

The Rock Church

14

575.00

26

Esther De Vos

Brrr-isters

2

550.00

27

Aurora Adamson

Penguins

6

520.00

28

Lisa Mcintosh

Brackendale Babes

7

505.00

29

Laura Chapman

Optomeyes Squamish

1

500.00

30

Valerie Nagy

Pearl’s Peeps

9

445.00

31

Ella Wilson

Squamish Literary Society

11

423.00

32

Delle Booth

While We Can Clan

9

405.00

33

Michael Gelz

Squamish United - U13 Boys

8

380.00

34

Alison Sivacoe

Speedy Solicitors

3

380.00

35

Joaquin Jones

The GD Masters

5

375.00

36

Yvonne Smith

Rotary's Winter Warriors

4

375.00

37

Harrison and Robbie Hume

The GD Masters

5

375.00

38

BARBARA STOVER

Squamish United Church

6

360.00

39

Jessie Cameron

Rotary Glen

4

350.00

40

Kevin Haberl

Kevin Haberl and another ROTARY CLUB OF SQUAMISH team

4

350.00

41

Lee Dufty

While We Can Clan

6

335.00

42

Lindsay Andrew

Rotary Glen

4

325.00

43

Cathy Roose

Squamish Baptist Church

6

325.00

44

Carlotta Liechti

Squamish United Church

11

320.00

45

Rowena File

Rowena's Team

6

300.00

46

Kelly Fortune

Brrr-isters

2

300.00

47

Kaitlin Hartnell

Speedy Solicitors

4

300.00

48

Matt Greenberg

Anchored to Courage

6

300.00

49

Kirsten Lowe

Rotary Glen

4

300.00

50

Kinley Aitken

Caring Climbers

3

290.00

51

Lupin Porcino

Anchored to Courage

7

275.00

52

Mary Bannon

Brrr-isters

2

275.00

53

Sabine Clark

Penguins

6

275.00

54

Sean McKay

Carbon Engineering

2

275.00

55

Geraldine Guilfoyle

Book Worms

4

270.00

56

Evan Hulicsko

5

265.00

57

Heather Donaldson

SQUAMISH ACTIVE COMMUNITY

7

265.00

58

Libby Thomas

Anchored to Courage

6

255.00

59

Greg Tooke

Squamish Helping Hands Society

1

250.00

60

Rudi Botha

The Rock Church

1

250.00

61

Gillian McKenzie

Kevin Haberl and another ROTARY CLUB OF SQUAMISH team

3

250.00

62

Emily Dewsbury

Squamish Titans

3

250.00

63

Edith Tobe

Rotary's Winter Warriors

5

250.00

64

Chris Pettingill

Cold Hands, Warm Hearts

1

250.00

65

Marc d'Entremont

Henry & Rotary

4

250.00

66

Chris Pettingill

District of Squamish

1

250.00

67

Heather Geluk

Slow Girls Hiking Club

4

250.00

68

Christine Becker

Pearl’s Peeps

3

250.00

69

Mary Livingston

Squamish Helping Hands Society Volunteers

6

250.00

70

Steve Moan

Axiom Builders

2

250.00

71

Melissa Warren

Squamish Baptist Church

4

240.00

72

Andrew Moores

The Rock Church

5

239.47

73

Stephanie Acker

Squamish Baptist Church

5

225.00

74

Sarena Jonah

Squamish United Church

6

210.00

75

Vanessa Senecal

Anchored to Courage

6

210.00

76

Melissa Feaver

Speedy Solicitors

5

200.00

77

Leanne Skuce

Brrr-isters

2

200.00

78

Stephanie Moan

Axiom Builders

1

200.00

79

Anita Kingston

Starbucks 216 Squamish

2

200.00

80

Toni Kerekes

Rotary Glen

4

200.00

81

Kathy Jarvis

While We Can Clan

4

200.00

82

Linda Kelly-Smith

While We Can Clan

3

200.00

83

Melanie Stroh

Squamish Baptist Church

6

195.00

84

Stephanie Devlin

Squamish Mental Health

6

195.00

85

Jane Thomas

Anchored to Courage

5

190.00

86

Krzysztof Horodyski

Squamish Helping Hands Society Volunteers

5

180.00

87

Caroline Pope

Brackendale Babes

3

180.00

88

Elizabeth Gillis

Squamish Ramblers

3

175.00

89

Bradford McArthur

The Rock Church

3

175.00

90

Emily Myles

Fresh Ayre and friends

3

170.00

91

Peter Hyndman

Squamish United - U13 Boys

5

165.00

92

Emma Duxfield

Slow Girls Hiking Club

2

150.00

93

Emily Mark

Fresh Ayre and friends

3

150.00

94

Karen Hoshino

Hoshino Special!

4

150.00

95

James Butterworth

Axiom Builders

2

150.00

96

Karen Saenger

Rotary's Winter Warriors

1

150.00

97

Carol Tanner

While We Can Clan

3

150.00

98

Amy Fast

Kevin Haberl and another ROTARY CLUB OF SQUAMISH team

1

150.00

99

Leah Mulholland

Squamish Literary Society

2

150.00

100

Lindsay Wilson

Squamish Baptist Church

3

150.00

101

Lorena Jones

The GD Masters

2

150.00

102

Susan Badke

Squamish Baptist Church

2

150.00

103

Chantal Black

Brackendale Babes

4

150.00

104

Jenny Larson

Brackendale Babes

2

150.00

105

Amanda Gray

Squamish Lions Club

1

150.00

106

Armand Hurford

Gary Baldy

3

150.00

107

Zoya Lehrke

Squamish Literary Society

3

142.00

108

Valerie Stainton

Squamish United Church

6

140.00

109

Kelly Pettingill

Cold Hands, Warm Hearts

5

135.00

110

Sebastien Cronier

Skyridge Montessori

4

130.00

111

Louella Rempel

Squamish United Church

2

130.00

112

Caroline Barker

Squamish Literary Society

3

125.00

113

SANDY DESFOSSES

RBC SQUAMISH

6

125.00

114

Simona Bonelli

Henry & Rotary

2

120.00

115

Eva van Emden

Henry & Rotary

3

120.00

116

Caylin Glazier

A-FRAME Brewing Co

2

115.00

117

Engagement Committee

Waypoint Squamish Team

1

110.00

118

Winter Cronier

Skyridge Montessori

3

105.00

119

Carly Moulton

Slow Girls Hiking Club

1

100.00

120

Sarah Ellis

Housing Squamish

1

100.00

121

Linda Glenday

District of Squamish

1

100.00

122

Yang Yu

The Rock Church

1

100.00

123

Anne Bracey

While We Can Clan

1

100.00

124

Megan Latimer

District of Squamish

1

100.00

125

Diane Ionson

Rotary's Winter Warriors

1

100.00

126

Ruth Honey Ravuri

Squamish Mental Health

1

100.00

127

Rebecca Pousette

1

100.00

128

Laura Arason

St. John the Divine Anglican Church

1

100.00

129

Pete Spiller

Squamish United Church

1

100.00

130

John French

District of Squamish

3

100.00

131

Annika Redford

While We Can Clan

1

100.00

132

Arlene Antonios

While We Can Clan

2

80.00

133

Jane Dennison

While We Can Clan

2

80.00

134

Ryan Kinghorn

Brrr-isters

1

75.00

135

Emma Greasley

Fresh Ayre and friends

2

75.00

136

Lauren Hutchinson

Fresh Ayre and friends

2

74.00

137

Maria Thorlakson

Squamish Literary Society

1

50.00

138

Talita Almeida

Gary Baldy

1

50.00

139

Jenn Benson

Brrr-isters

1

50.00

140

Sam Speer

Pearl’s Peeps

1

50.00

141

Judith Holm

While We Can Clan

1

50.00

142

Anthony Adamson

Penguins

1

50.00

143

Dara Barnfield

Squamish Mental Health

1

50.00

144

Michelle Cronier

Squamish Helping Hands Society

1

50.00

145

Katharine Carter

Fresh Ayre and friends

1

50.00

146

David Gelz

Mount Garibaldi Freemasons

1

50.00

147

Judy Dunn

1

50.00

148

Laura Johnson

Squamish Mental Health

1

50.00

149

Amanda Mead

Squamish Helping Hands Society Volunteers

2

45.00

150

Dave Nabi

SQUAMISH ACTIVE COMMUNITY

1

35.00

151

Annie McDonald

A-FRAME Brewing Co

1

25.00

152

Allison Empey

Fresh Ayre and friends

1

25.00

153

Tiffany Cruz

1

25.00

154

Amy Comper

Slow Girls Hiking Club

1

25.00

155

Karla Hetherington

Squamish Mental Health

1

25.00

156

Holden Bonwit

Emerson's team

1

25.00

157

Bruce Larson

Squamish United Church

1

25.00

158

Amber Mawson

Henry & Rotary

1

20.00

159

Ashley Hallinan

Step it Up

1

4.44

160

Anuradha Anuradha

Squamish Helping Hands Society Volunteers

161

Paige Sotham

Squamish Mental Health

162

Benjamin Kozel

Waypoint Squamish Team

163

Darleen Merz

Pearl’s Peeps

164

Leah Leipert

Waypoint Squamish Team

165

Daniel Wall

Rotary Glen

166

Julie Larson

Squamish United Church

167

Kate Fetherstonhaugh

Pearl’s Peeps

168

Tess Egan

Pearl’s Peeps

169

David Moore

Squamish Lions Club

170

Christie Pike

Slow Girls Hiking Club

171

Amber Summerfeldt

Brackendale Babes

172

Mary-jo Kennedy Mageau

Pearl’s Peeps

173

Luis Sidonio

Social Strollers

174

Stephanie Mcleish

Social Strollers

175

Tom Bradshaw

Social Strollers

176

Rebecca Angel

Social Strollers

177

Hamish Elliott

Social Strollers

178

Ava Weisgarber

Anchored to Courage

179

Amy Quelch

180

Anik Watson

Pearl’s Peeps

181

Melissa McCarron

Slow Girls Hiking Club

182

Michelle Balch

Squamish Helping Hands Society Volunteers

183

Lois Lemieux

While We Can Clan

184

Manmeet(Mona) Sidhu

Pearl’s Peeps

185

Jake Parris

186

Ariel Hedge

Pearl’s Peeps

187

Julie Wengi

District of Squamish

188

Tania Shannon

Squamish CDJR

189

Ken Tanner

While We Can Clan

190

Inis LeBlanc

Rotary's Winter Warriors

191

Lisa Costain

192

Trevor Harris

Squamish United Church

193

Denise Imbeau

GFL - Green Team Cheer Machine

194

robert thoren

Squamish Ramblers

195

Tyler Raccio

Squamish Helping Hands Society Volunteers

196

Ben Bostock

Squamish Helping Hands Society Volunteers

197

Julianne O. Paradis

Slow Girls Hiking Club

198

Haily Moulton

Slow Girls Hiking Club

199

Marlon Jodrey

Squamish United - U13 Boys

200

Zachariah Mchugh

Squamish Helping Hands Society

201

Ellen Reesor

KIND Yoga Squamish

202

Rebecca Preston

Slow Girls Hiking Club

203

Marie McKinney

Pearl’s Peeps

204

Mina Kavia

Hospital Hill squamish

205

Kate Harvey

Pearl’s Peeps

206

Sarka Lhotak

While We Can Clan

207

Carolyn Eaton

While We Can Clan

208

Dennis Smith

Woodfibre LNG

209

Fiona Rayher

210

Takehiro Ishida

The GD Masters

211

Daniel Beland

Axiom Builders

212

brad skerrett

213

Julia Selznick

Slow Girls Hiking Club

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 Squamish Helping Hands Society

Squamish Helping Hands Society is a registered charity providing food, shelter and support services to individuals and families in the Sea to Sky region who are living with or threatened by homelessness and who also might be struggling with mental health and addictions.


We believe in being part of a community where everyone matters, and where housing and food access are human rights. We have evolved over the past few years beyond emergency shelter to housing our participants in an affordable and supportive environment.


At our new location – Under One Roof – participants are encouraged to contribute through meaningful work, cultivate resiliency through a supportive community, and strive for independence through a Housing First Approach.

Event Day Details

Save the date - CNOY Day is February 24, 2024!

StartGoogle Map

Junction Park, Loggers Lane Squamish


Opening Ceremonies will take place at O'Siyam Pavilion.

Local Details

Post-Event Meal

Join us for our Celebratory Meal at the Howe Sound Inn & Brewing Dining Room (37801 Cleveland Ave) after you cross the finish line!

Schedule

  • 4:00 pm: Meet Check-in + Welcome
  • 5:00 pm: Move Send-off
  • 6:00 pm: Munch Light meal served
  • 7:00 pm: Mosey Goodbye + see you in 2025!

Not able to join us in person at the Main Event? We hope you'll register, 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: 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.
  • Children 12 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.
  • No 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 >

Check-In

  • All walkers participating at the Main Event on Saturday, February 24, 2024 must check-in upon arrival.
  • 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.
  • Offsite fundraising walkers can contact their local event director to arrange toque pickup the week of the event.

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 the 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 form.
  • 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 accept the waiver automatically when they register online.
  • Youth/Children under 18 need a waiver signed by their parent or guardian.
  • An online form will be emailed to all parents/guardians before CNOY Day.
  • Waivers will also be available at check-in on CNOY 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!

Squamish Maps

Check out this year's CNOY route maps below:

Contact Us


CNOY Squamish 2024

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

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