Join HOPE House Saturday, February 20th for the Coldest Night of the Year, a family-friendly walk for Guelph's hurting, hungry and homeless.
The Coldest Night of the Year is a family-friendly fundraiser for hungry, homeless, and hurting individuals and families across Canada. HOPE House's participation in the Coldest Night of the Year helps to raise awareness and funds to address the needs of individuals and families experiencing poverty within Guelph.
This year, participants have the option of either an in-person walk or walking virtually. For those who wish to join in person, participants will meet at the physically accessible HOPE House located at 10 Cork Street East. We will be observing physical distancing requirements and all other covid restrictions.
This year, walkers will have the option of a 2km or 5km walk in support of raising awareness for those afflicted by homelessness and poverty within our community.
Put a team together or join our team, HOPE Walks, and come walk with us during the Coldest Night of the Year to make a difference in the lives of others!
Please wear good walking waterproof shoes/boots, warm coat & mitts.
To register as a walker or volunteer please visit cnoy.org/guelph
All proceeds raised go directly to HOPE House.
Learn more about the critical programs we offer at hopehouseguelph.ca
HOPE to see you there!