We are very proud of Milton for the wonderful turnout of walkers for our fourth annual COLDEST NIGHT OF THE YEAR WALK in Milton – more than 200 people walked altogether – and with the wind, it really felt like the coldest night too!.
When all of the proceeds are counted, together we raised more than $50,000! That money will go a LONG WAY to supporting Milton Transitional Housing’s participants through the next year, and they (and we) are very grateful to everyone who contributed.
“We have had 8 graduates from the MTH program because of you,” said Donna Danielli
The national CNOY website will stay open to accept online donations until the end of March, and mailed donations will be accepted until March 18 – send cheques made out to Coldest Night of the Year, and clearly identified as donations to the MILTON LOCATION (team and walkers). Be sure to include the name and mailing address of the donor (for the charitable receipt). Send to Blue Sea Philanthropy, #260 – 659 King Street East, Kitchener, ON, N2G 2M4
We published 4 video interviews with our tremendous volunteers at the Milton Sports Centre on Saturday. The others you will find on the MTH Twitter account @MiltonTH1. Listen here to Karen Pantaleo.
Milton #cnoy17 walk sponsors
We could not have achieved this level of success without are wonderful #cnoy17 sponsors. So, if you are thinking about shopping, think about our sponsors!
Corvette Club of Milton
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 136 Milton
TD Canada Trust
Shelter Sponsors (Distance)
Fresh Start Odour Treatment
Milton Canadian Champion / Inside Halton
Ads At Work
Main 25 Media
Goods & Service Sponsors
Birkdale Place Retirement Community
Bread ‘n Batter
CFUW Milton & District
Craig Kielburger Secondary School – Food School
John’s No Frills
M&M Food Market
The Flower Shed
The Real Canadian Superstore
The Vacuum Store
Thanks to our volunteer photographers, John Comber, Bob Wallace and John Pollard, we have a wonderful collection of photos – team photos, volunteer photos, crowd shots, and fabulous shivering shots! The first few photos are now posted on Milton Transitional Housing’s Facebook page. The page is public, so even if you are not a Facebook member, you can go to that link and take a look, and you can download any you want to save.
Congratulations to our two co-directors, Lorna Turner & Margot Johnson