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HOPE House gearing up for Coldest Night of the Year fundraiser

Walk for the hungry, hurting and homeless in Guelph
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Walkers set off up Wyndham Street during the Coldest Night of the Year fundraising event in 2017. Troy Bridgeman for file photo

Join HOPE House Saturday, Feb. 23 for the Coldest Night of the Year, a family-friendly walk for Guelph's hurting, hungry and homeless.

Participants start at the Guelph Armory at 4pm on Saturday, Feb. 23. Two, five and ten kilometre distances lead everyone to HOPE House where there will be a hot, fresh, free meal for all. An accessible entry and elevator are located at our Church Lane entrance.

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 or boots, warm coat & mitts. You’ll get a really cool toque there!

Register a team of your friends, family, co-workers or team mates by visiting All proceeds raised go directly to HOPE House. Learn more about the critical programs we offer here.

HOPE to see you there!

About Coldest Night of the Year:

Funds raised through the Coldest Night of the Year help HOPE House provide immediate relief and ongoing support services and programs that challenge the stigmas surrounding poverty while simultaneously providing people with tactile skills developed in a community environment.

This year’s walk is Saturday, Feb. 23 from 4pm until 8pm. Please visit for more information.

For more information please contact:

Kimberly Lyons, Communications & Events Lead