Streets Alive Stories


There’s no better time than NOW to register for Coldest Night of the Year in Lethbridge!

Residents, community groups, groups of friends, individuals, and businesses will all be bundling up to raise cold, hard cash for ‘The Coldest Night of the Year’ taking place this year on February 25. This is a FUN family-friendly winter fundraising event for Lethbridge’s hungry, hurting and less-fortunate.

Walkers and teams from local businesses, churches, and other community groups are encouraged to sign up NOW to start gaining support to help reach their fundraising goal. Interested walkers are recommended to register as soon as possible at

This is our 6th year taking part in the Coldest Night of the Year – we’ve been walking since CNOY started!

Our goals this year!

  • Raising $40,000 to support our life-recovery programs in Lethbridge.
  • 200 walkers on
  • 40 teams!

Walkers including staff, friends of the Mission, and local businesses will be braving the cold winter’s night together on Feb 25th.

The Coldest Night of the Year is much more than just one chilly night.

Coldest Night of the Year is much more than one chilly night, though. Before the walk even begins, walkers will be raising funds and inviting others to walk with them in teams. Each walker and each team will be looking for the support of their friends and family to make the fundraiser a success, not to mention the encouragement needed to face a possibly brutal winter night in Lethbridge.

What if walking in the cold isn’t your style?

If walking in the cold isn’t quite your style, keep an eye on your social media channels to support those who are walking in your community.

There are also Sponsorship Opportunities available, from Lead Sponsor to Distance Sponsors, for local businesses and media that wish to support the event and reach a wider audience while aligning with a charity dedicated to life change. (more…)


Coldest Night of the Year 2017

February 25 @ 4:00 pm8:00 pm

We WALK again on February 25, 2017!

Registration is NOW OPEN for Coldest Night of the Year 2017!

Sign up on the website here: Lethbridge Coldest Night of the Year 2017

REMEMBER: the work begins before the walk, so the sooner you get registered the easier it will be to meet your fundraising goals! Register today!



2016 has been an amazing year at Streets Alive Mission. Here’s a quick look back!



Donate to Streets Alive Mission: Receive a Charitable Tax Receipt

The busiest season for charitable giving is upon us. It’s this time of year that Streets Alive Mission receives a significant percentage of our support.

Every one of our valuable programs saw huge increases in demand during 2016. We have one last big end-of-year financial goal is to ensure that the essential life-recovery programs at the Mission can grow to meet the increasing demand in 2017.

wrap up the year - Streets Alive MissionYou can easily donate securely through our Streets Alive Mission 2016 Year End Giving options here on our website, or through our CanadaHelps donation portal – Streets Alive Mission at CanadaHelps.

Donations over $20 made through either source will be eligible for charitable tax receipts! Please mark your calendar and schedule time to make your year-end donations by 11:59pm on December 31, 2016 to receive a 2016 receipt!

Streets Alive Mission accomplished so much with your help in 2016 and we can do even more in 2017!


About Tax Deductible Donations

As the end of the year closes in, time is running out on tax deductible donations.

About 25% of Canadians take advantage of the sizeable benefits Canadian Federal and Provincials governments offer to Canadians who give to registered Canadians charities. These tax incentives are significant, amounting to as much as 53% of your charitable donation. (more…)


Several local Lethbridge businesses teamed up to share the true spirit of Christmas by donating items and stuffing 400 “Goodie Bags of Love” for people in need this holiday season.

On December 14th, about 25 volunteers from Zero Gravity Cranes & Rigging Inc., My Automotive, Lealta Building Supplies, Russell Grain & Cattle, Lone Pine Embroidery, and Sun Dental Group donated the all the “goodies” and gave back to the community by volunteering their time to assemble 400 Christmas goodie bags for Streets Alive Mission clients.

Hayley Feter from Zero Gravity Cranes & Rigging Inc. helped to organize the group. She said,

“Each year we try and find an organization here in town that inspires us. A while back I had a chance to volunteer on the Streets Alive bus and it sparked my interest in Streets Alive. This organization is inspiring, important to our community and the work they do is so incredibly hard.”

She added,

“We want to give back to this community and this organization that works tirelessly behind the scenes.”


From the photos shared, it sure looks like everyone had a good time and was glad to be participating!