Join us for the Coldest Night of the Year fundraiser!

It’s been a little over two months since we last posted here — apologies for the radio silence as day jobs, holidays and other responsibilities got in the way! We are back and really excited to share a community opportunity with you: a fundraising walk for Kennedy House as part of the Coldest Night of the Year nation-wide fundraiser.

You can register for the walk and join the Danforth East Community Team here:

Toronto Danforth Coldest Night of the Year  (click “join a team” at registration and search for DECA)

Here is the press release from Kennedy House:

Kennedy House staff, friends and family are walking to raise awareness and funds for youth experiencing homelessness

(February 7, 2023) Toronto, ON – On Saturday, February 25, 2023, staff, family and friends of
Kennedy House will be raising money for programs and services by walking in the Coldest Night
of the Year. This is the 7 th annual Kennedy House CNOY event and it will be hosted on the
Danforth, Toronto at 4pm. This fundraiser, held in more than 130 communities nationwide,
aims to raise funds and awareness for programs and services that support populations
experiencing homelessness, or at-risk of experiencing homelessness. Kennedy House walkers
and teams will be walking 2 or 5km to support the Kennedy House youth programs.

Together, we will brave the cold and walk with family and friends as advocates for youth who
not only need our support, but deserve it. We want to see leaders come out of this community
and show the next generation that forging a positive path can be done.
To walk, donate, or volunteer, visit

About Kennedy House
Kennedy House is a non- profit organization, which has been providing essential services to
youth and Families in the Greater Toronto area since 1971. We support, care for, and raise
youth up to become healthier and stronger individuals, which is achieved through a variety of
residential and community based programs. Our aim is to work with youth, and enable them to
grow as individuals whilst contributing and becoming active members of the community. Since
its inception, Kennedy House has helped over 14,000 youth through our programs.

For all CNOY updates, check us out on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter and follow the #CNOY23
conversations online!