Coldest Night of the Year

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Registration is now OPEN for the Annual Coldest Night of the Year event on Saturday February 22nd 2019. Click here to sign up using the webform below!

*This opportunity is open to ALL UTM Students, Staff, Faculty and Alumni

What is the Coldest Night of the Year?

Join us on Saturday February 22nd for the chance to support the annual Coldest Night of the Year by encouraging walkers on route and helping throughout the event. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=10&v=FJM_w_06aRA&feature=emb_logo

The Coldest Night of the Year is on Saturday, February 23, 2019. CNOY is a family-friendly national walk-a-thon that helps you raise funds for charities that serve hungry, homeless and hurting people in your town, and in 136 communities across Canada.

- The Coldest Night of the Year (https://cnoy.org/location/mississaugameadowvale)


Who is the Community Organization we partner with?

The Dam Youth Drop In Centre

"When Eddy ended up on the streets of Toronto 24 years ago, there wasn’t a Dam for him to get the help when he needed it most. The worst part about being homeless is not just wondering where you’ll sleep at night, but also the instability and chaos that it causes in everyday life. Since 1995, the Dam has been creating a sense of belonging, community and more importantly a sense of home, not just for youth like Eddy, but for all youth coming of age in this overwhelming digital age.

 

Our Mission is partnering with Mississauga’s youth to create an inclusive community where all are welcomed, valued and respected. Our Vision is a community of youth empowered by discovering their worth, enabling them to grow and thrive in our community."

- The Dam Youth Drop-In Centre (http://www.thedam.org/)

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Event Details


The Coldest Night of the Year, in partnership with The Dam Youth Drop-In Centre, will take place at Meadowvale Town Centre. 

CNOY HISTORY 

Event Details

  • Date: Saturday, February 22nd 2020
  • Location: DV3138, followed by travel to Meadowvale Town Centre
  • Time: 1:30pm-9:00pm (including travel to and from campus) 
Time Details / Activity Location

1:30pm – 1:45pm

  • Arrival of Participants

DV3138

1:45-2:30 

  • Welcome address, objectives, housekeeping (washroom, emergency contact etc)

  • Group Icebreaker Game

  • Instructions regarding the event and cautionary guidelines

  • Snacks provided

DV3138

2:30-3:00pm

  • Travel to Meadowvale Town Centre

UTM to Meadowvale Town Centre

3:00pm – 8:30pm

  • Participate in the Coldest Night of the Year event 
    • Activities will take place outside so please dress warmly 

Meadowvale Town Centre

8:30-9:00pm

  • Return to UTM 

Transit

9:00 – 9:15pm

  • Reflect on the event of light refreshments

DV3138

What to Bring

  • Warm Winter Clothing - coats, gloves, hats, boots and scarf
  • Comfortable clothing (covering arms and legs)

Participants are asked to come with only personal belongings that they would need for the day. There will be no areas to store items securely and therefore all items must be brought with each individual during the event. We will not assume responsibility for items left unattended. 

Inquiries:

For all inquiries regarding the Coldest Night of the Yearplease contact:


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Registeration is open until Friday February 14th! 100 spots available!

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