COLDEST NIGHT OF THE YEAR — FEB 23, 2019
I am pleased to announce that The Society To End Homelessness In Burnaby has partnered with Burnaby Community Services to host Burnaby’s third annual Coldest Night of the Year.
The Coldest Night of the Year is a super-fun, family-friendly fundraiser that raises money to support and provide services for Burnaby’s homeless citizens.
It is done by people forming teams for either a 2, 5 or 10 km walk, and then getting pledges from friends, family, coworkers and others for the person or team to complete their walk.
It’s cold out there. And on February 23rd, 2019 we’re doing something about it.
Together with thousands of Canadians across the country, our team will be walking in the Coldest Night of the Year, raising much-needed funds for local charities who support and serve the hungry, homeless, and hurting.
“By walking at dusk during a cold winter’s night you’ll feel a hint of the challenge faced by those experiencing homelessness during winter. And, by fundraising, you’ll be contributing much-needed money to a charity in your town bringing hope and help to people in your community who need support.” (CNOY)
Sign up to walk and participate!
Upcoming Events and Save-the-Dates:
Coldest Night of the Year: February 23rd, 2019
Check out our Facebook page here.
Outreach Christmas: December 6th
- Donated Clothing
- Hockey Tournament
- Learning & Scrapbooking Tables
- Santa & Special Guests
- Outreach Workers
- Christmas Lunch
- Door Prizes
Eye Clinic: November 4th
For low income clients only.
Burnaby Community Opioid/Overdose Crisis Dialogues (September 26th, October 16, 27, and November 8)
Sign-up at: https://burnabycommunity-dialogues2018.eventbrite.ca
Posters: Tigrinya | French | Urdu | Spanish | Punjabi | Farsi | English | Chinese Traditional | Chinese Simplified | Arabic | Korean
Rockin’ For Burnaby: October 27th
Connect Day: October 11th
(Hosted by the Task Force on Homelessness at Royal Oak Ministry, 9 AM-2 PM)
This event provides services to our neighbours who are living in homelessness or extreme poverty and assists people who are homeless in Burnaby or at risk for homelessness by operating programs that address their needs.
Homelessness Action Week: October 7-13th
Twice Feels Nice Clothing Drive: October 6th
Donations needed! Clothing, shoes, jackets, toiletries, women’s hygiene products, bottled water, granola bars, juice boxes, and anything else that can help those who are in need this winter.
Stay tuned for more information and updates coming your way!