Raised:
$13,738
68%Goal:
$20,000

Yarmouth

Hosted by SHYFT Youth Services Society and Tri County Women's Centre

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It's cold out there. The Coldest Night of the Year is a family-friendly walk that raises money for charities serving hungry, homeless, and hurting people in our community. Walk with us on February 22, 2020!

About SHYFT Youth Services Society

SHYFT Youth Services opened on January 5, 2011 and offers residential and outreach supports for homeless and at-risk youth in Digby, Shelburne and Yarmouth Counties.

SHYFT can provide temporary housing for up to seven youth (ages 16 - 24). In addition to residential services, SHYFT offers programs and workshops. Outreach youth can also access washroom, laundry, and kitchen facilities. Meals at SHYFT are prepared and shared by youth and staff.

SHYFT offers the following services/supports:

- Transitional housing (for up to seven youth)

- Twenty-four hour staff support

- Access to a safe and friendly environment

- Programs and workshops as determined by youth

- Referrals to other services

- Support for youth to develop goals and plans

- Shared meal planning and preparation

- Laundry facilities

- Telephone and internet access


About Tri County Women's Centre

The Women's Centre offers a variety of services including:

Individual supportive counseling and advocacy

Programming based on the needs and wants of women

Accompaniment to appointments (lawyer, doctor, court, Community Services, etc)

Providing assistance filling out applications, resumes, or government forms

Free pregnancy testing, condoms and inclusive, non-judgmental sexual health & reproductive health information

Working on Community Development issues such as housing, food security, women's health, sexual violence, women's and youth access to community based health services, as well as youth and illicit drugs

Specialized Trauma Counselling Services for survivors and victims of sexualized violence.

Support and navigation for survivors and victims of sexualized violence.


We strive to be as accessible, reaching women and girls throughout the Tri-Counties by offering programs and services, satellite offices, a toll free number and a primary location in Yarmouth. By providing the tools to intervene in crisis situations that women and girls face, we are able to relieve poverty and other barriers in their lives: we are here to offer women and girls our assistance as they move forward in achieving their educational, work, and life goals.

Community Sponsors

Yarmouth is super grateful for our fantastic 2020 sponsors! View all sponsors >

Yarmouth Scoreboard

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Teams
Walkers

#

Team Name

Captain

Members

Raised

1

Helping Hands

Candy Fitzgerald

3

2,805.00

2

Wintersheep

Becky Cottreau

8

2,100.00

3

Coastal Financial Credit Union

Jonathan d'Entremont

8

1,938.00

4

Burrrridge

Sheri Hurlburt

6

1,585.00

5

The Sisters of Pleiades

Bernadette MacDonald

1

1,160.00

6

RBC Yarmouth and Acadian Shores Community

Bonnie Garnhum

2

1,000.00

7

The Rowena and Esthers

Angela Turner

5

595.00

8

IBerrrrrrrs

Erin Émond

19

570.00

9

Cold Walker Warriors

Keisha Miller

7

255.00

10

Beardedvillains maritimes

Devin Leblanc

5

210.00

11

Yarmouth Local Nova Scotia Teachers Union

Wanda Rodgerson Fuller

1

200.00

12

Mother Nature Snows Best

Danielle Denton

2

175.00

13

Kemptville Happy Campers

Caitlin Connell

3

70.00

14

Heat seekers

Shaleen Keating

4

35.00

#

Name

Team Name

Donors

Raised

1

Kevin Vallillee

Helping Hands

13

2,260.00

2

Bernadette MacDonald

The Sisters of Pleiades

20

1,160.00

3

Bonnie Garnhum

RBC Yarmouth and Acadian Shores Community

1

1,000.00

4

Trish McCourt

Wintersheep

21

915.00

5

Elaine Howatt

Burrrridge

21

610.00

6

Candy Fitzgerald

Helping Hands

3

525.00

7

Becky Cottreau

Wintersheep

10

400.00

8

Coral Donaldson

Coastal Financial Credit Union

5

370.00

9

JoAnne Addington

The Rowena and Esthers

2

355.00

10

Erin Émond

IBerrrrrrrs

3

274.10

11

Sheri Hurlburt

Burrrridge

8

260.00

12

Debbie Nickerson

Burrrridge

9

255.00

13

Juanita Bruneau

Wintersheep

5

250.00

14

Sherisse Wilson

Coastal Financial Credit Union

29

225.00

15

Joan Donaldson

Wintersheep

3

220.00

16

Cordelia Perry

Burrrridge

7

210.00

17

Devin Leblanc

Beardedvillains maritimes

2

210.00

18

Wanda Rodgerson Fuller

Yarmouth Local Nova Scotia Teachers Union

1

200.00

19

Phyllis Goodwin

Coastal Financial Credit Union

2

200.00

20

Helene Surette

Coastal Financial Credit Union

25

180.00

21

Melanie Hiltz

IBerrrrrrrs

7

175.00

22

Terri Pitts

Wintersheep

6

165.00

23

Jonathan d'Entremont

Coastal Financial Credit Union

7

155.00

24

Myla Doucette

Coastal Financial Credit Union

5

153.00

25

Diane Thompson

Coastal Financial Credit Union

5

150.00

26

Tanya Penney

Coastal Financial Credit Union

7

150.00

27

Judy Greene

Wintersheep

4

150.00

28

Mahala Sears

5

130.00

29

Darby Robicheau

Cold Walker Warriors

7

130.00

30

Janee LeBlanc

Mother Nature Snows Best

2

125.00

31

Angela Turner

The Rowena and Esthers

4

120.00

32

Tina d'Entremont

Burrrridge

1

100.00

33

Danielle LeBlanc

The Rowena and Esthers

4

80.00

34

Caitlin Connell

Kemptville Happy Campers

3

70.00

35

bailee nauss

IBerrrrrrrs

5

70.00

36

Lily Wylie

IBerrrrrrrs

4

50.90

37

Keisha Miller

Cold Walker Warriors

3

50.00

38

Danielle Denton

Mother Nature Snows Best

2

50.00

39

Mark MacDonald

Bearded Villains Maritimes Moncton

2

45.00

40

Shaleen Keating

Heat seekers

1

35.00

41

Rhonda miller-falls

Cold Walker Warriors

3

35.00

42

Rachel Falls

Cold Walker Warriors

3

30.00

43

Barbara Bangay

Helping Hands

1

20.00

44

Lisanne Turner

The Rowena and Esthers

1

20.00

45

Freya Nemeth

The Rowena and Esthers

1

20.00

46

Danny Falls

Cold Walker Warriors

1

10.00

47

John Garnhum

RBC Yarmouth and Acadian Shores Community

48

Larry Sweeney

49

Cory Smith

Beardedvillains maritimes

50

Keeley Cunningham

IBerrrrrrrs

51

Mati Williams

Cold Walker Warriors

52

Breanna Amero

IBerrrrrrrs

53

Rob Thorburn

54

Kelley Kelly

Wintersheep

55

Denise Ouellette

Burrrridge

56

Sarah Newell

Heat seekers

57

MIKE COLQUHOUN

Heat seekers

58

Kavindya Premachandra

IBerrrrrrrs

59

Allison Randall

IBerrrrrrrs

60

bailee nauss

IBerrrrrrrs

61

Bryer Cunningham

IBerrrrrrrs

62

Sean Hanlon

IBerrrrrrrs

63

Sarah Warner

IBerrrrrrrs

64

Zawad Rahman

IBerrrrrrrs

65

Hai Doan

IBerrrrrrrs

66

Liam Fiander

IBerrrrrrrs

67

NIkki Nickerson

IBerrrrrrrs

68

Raphael Platania

IBerrrrrrrs

69

Christopher Pace

IBerrrrrrrs

70

Lucas Rodney

IBerrrrrrrs

71

Carrie Allen

Kemptville Happy Campers

72

Ginette Hurlburt

Kemptville Happy Campers

73

Neil Mullen

Heat seekers

Yarmouth Maps

All routes are generously marked with bright CNOY signage, staffed by friendly volunteers, and include rest stops with snacks along the way.

Event Day Details

Save the date - Event Day is February 22, 2020!

The Coldest Night of the Year is a family-friendly walk that raises money for charities serving hungry, homeless, and hurting people in our community.


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Nova Scotia Community College - Burridge Campus

372 Pleasant St, Yarmouth, NS B5A 2K9


Times

Here's the schedule for Event Day:

  • 4 pm: Registration opens
  • 5 pm: Opening Ceremonies
  • 5:15 pm: Walk begins (all distances)
  • 6 pm: Registration closes
  • 6 pm: Meal service begins
  • 8 pm: Route closes, meal service ends

Yummy Food on Event Day:

Between 6:00 and 8:00 pm a warm, light meal will be served to all walkers and volunteers.


Registration

Registration Process:

  • Registration opens at 4:00 pm.
  • All walkers must check-in at registration upon arrival.
  • Check out the What to Bring section below.

Have questions? Visit our FAQ section!


Registration Types:

  • Children 0-10: Free to participate (but you'll need to raise $75 to earn a toque)
  • Youth 11-17: Fundraise $75+ to earn your CNOY toque or pay the $25 registration fee
  • Adult 18+: Fundraise $150+ to earn your CNOY toque or pay the $25 registration fee


Route Details

  • Route Distances: 2 km, 5 km, or 10 km walks.
  • Rest stops are available on all routes.
  • All routes will be well signed.
  • Route marshals, rest stop attendants, and sweep vehicle drivers will provide support along the route.
  • All walkers 12 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.


What to Bring

  • Cheques made out to Coldest Night of the Year and cash donations
  • A completed Pledge Form or My Results Form if you’re bringing cash or cheques
  • You're 17 years and under, or
  • You didn’t sign up online before event day
  • Good waterproof shoes/boots for walking
  • Warm coat and mitts
  • A cell phone for emergencies (recommended but not required)
  • Extra food or snacks if you have allergies or food sensitivities
  • A passion for the charity you're walking for

Contact Us


Yarmouth

Colette Melanson Event Director
Toll Free 1.877.743.3413 / Phone 902.881.3111
Email cnoy@shyft.ca

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