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The Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY) is a non-competitive 2/5/10km winter walk fundraiser that supports Canadian charities who serve the hungry, homeless, and hurting in cities across Canada. How will Coldest Night of the Year help the YWCA GAHP?
Turns out they're in a mattress store testing out the product, to the disgust of one of the store's employees.
They buy the mattress and take it home, where their children help them with taking it upstairs.
Participants will pay a registration fee and be asked to collect pledges leading up to the WALK.
One sponsor giving five dollars for each kilometre walked will help provide food and shelter for people who need our services so they don’t have to experience being homeless on the coldest night of the year.