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9th Annual Coldest Night of the Year



Lethbridge hosts 9th Annual Coldest Night of the Year!

Streets Alive Mission is thrilled to present the 9th Annual Coldest Night of the Year in Lethbridge on Saturday, February 22nd, 2020.

Why We Walk

Together, we’re collecting donations that fund critical services at Streets Alive Mission, a charity in Lethbridge which serves and supports vulnerable families and individuals in our CNOY community.

  • We walk through the cold and dark on February 22, 2020, to declare our concern for people who have no home, and take shelter in nooks and crannies.
  • We walk for those whose days are a battle to house and feed their families, and whose nights are filled with fear and frustration.
  • We walk for those driven from home by violence and abuse. And we walk for people overwhelmed by isolation, guilt and despair.
  • We walk humbly, realizing that anyone can lose their footing and then lose everything else.

Each step we take brings someone closer to safety, health and home, as together, we raise funds for organizations whose commitment and work transforms peoples’ lives.

We invite you to walk with us in Lethbridge!

The Coldest Night of the Year is a family-friendly walk that takes place in hundreds of locations in Canada, raising money for charities serving hungry, homeless, and hurting people in those communities, including Lethbridge. We will all be walking on Saturday, February 22, 2020!

Walk with us. It’s cold out there!

Streets Alive Mission is an official CNOY Charity Partner

As a Coldest Night of the Year Charity Partner, Streets Alive Mission is recognized for being an organization of caring people who:

  • Welcome people experiencing homelessness, providing respite from constant wandering, wondering and watching one’s back.
  • Nourish body and soul with food for all who need it and provided in a welcoming and dignified manner.
  • Foster healing through counselling, mental health assistance and other connections.
  • Support families at great risk of losing their housing, to prevent that downward descent.
  • Provide safe shelter and support to women, children and youth fleeing violence at home.
  • Help people find pathways to permanent housing, employment and futures.

Posted Wednesday January 01, 2020 by Streets Alive Mission

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