Volunteer or Sign-Up to Walk on the Coldest Night of the Year!

Registration is now open for the Coldest Night of the Year, Canada’s National Walk for Homelessness – coming up Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018. Last year, the QueensEvents.ca crew joined 21,000 walkers across Canada and helped raise $4.6 million for 125 charities!

It’s warmer when we walk together!

Registration is now open for the Coldest Night of the Year, Canada’s National Walk for Homelessness – coming up Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018.

Last year, the QueensEvents.ca crew joined 21,000 walkers across Canada and helped raise $4.6 million for 125 charities!

By walking and fundraising, you support people in your community who need help right now – families, youth, seniors, moms with kids, and more.

This is a fun way to give back to the community. Sign-up as a team with your housemates, friends, or floormates! 

The Coldest Night of the year toque is a classic event tradition. You’ll love being part of the crowd of walkers sporting a cozy head on WALK night. This year, the toque is a stealthy charcoal with the logo embroidered in reflective Scotchbrite thread.

How do I get one?

  • Fundraise your minimum: Walkers who raise a minimum of $75 for youth 17 and under, or $150 for adults 18 and older get one.
  • Pay the registration fee: You can also get one if you pay the $25 registration fee but of course, we encourage you to fundraise for the charity in your town.

If you are ready to begin fundraising now, consider being one of the first 200 walkers to earn this sweet CNOY tumbler featured below.

The 200 Tumbler Tussle

We hope you will join us on February 24th – it’s cold out there.

The WALK Team
cnoy.org

P.S. Staying in town during Reading Week and interested in volunteering at the Kingston event? Sign-up here.