Coldest Night Of The Year
Why we walk
An estimated 235,000 Canadians experience homelessness every year, and hundreds of thousands more face the constant challenge of living right on the edge.
That’s who we’re walking for on February 23, 2019.
People in your community. Neighbours down your street. Kids you see every day. A family member you love. Adults, youth, families, the elderly. Maybe you?
About Urban Hope Ministries
Urban Hope (a ministry of The Vineyard) provides food, clothing and friendship through moral and peer support, life skills mentoring, showers, haircuts and laundry facilities at no charge. We serve approximately 150-215 poor and homeless from Cambridge. With the cold weather upon us, our numbers have increased and we are looking for your support.
We believe it takes a community to invest in the lives of the poorest in our city. Would you consider partnering with us? Walk with us on February 23rd 2019. #cnoy19
Electronic Recycling – An Urban Hope fundraiser for Coldest Night Of the Year.
Recycle your old electronics and Support Urban Hope Ministries at Smart Choice Electronic Recycling. Located at 261 Hespeler Road in Cambridge. Simply ask to add your reimbursement to the Coldest Night Of The Year account. For more information visit smartchoiceelectronicrecycling.com