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Experience the Coldest Night of the Year

By Whistler Water on February 13, 2018 in Blog, Charity, Events, Sponsorship
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Join Canada’s National Walk for Homelessness! The Coldest Night of the Year is a super-fun, family-friendly fundraiser that raises money and awareness for local charities serving hungry, homeless and hurting families and youth in 120 communities across Canada. This year, the event takes place across the country on February 24th.

Whistler Water is supporting the walk by providing water for participants and volunteers in Delta, British Columbia. You can participate in Delta by registering to walk here.

Canada Coldest Night of the Year

The Coldest Night of the Year Walk in Delta is organized by Deltassist.

Join Canada’s National Walk For Homelessness!

Register to walk in Delta here.

Find a walk taking place in a community near you here.

Canada Coldest Night of the Year

Deltassist is dedicated to the well being of the people of Delta. They offer counselling for families, young parents, youth and seniors. Their community programs offer Christmas hampers and toys, information and referral, emergency food and free Income Tax. Their seniors programs help seniors maintain their independence through weekly phone shopping, rides to medical appointments, daily phone support, light housekeeping, yard work and small home repairs.

Their mission is “To respond to the community needs of Delta in a manner which enhances the social, psychological and physical well being of individuals, families and the community through the provision of professional and volunteer services in Delta and the surrounding communities”.

Their hope is to inspire our community to help us raise funds and awareness of gaps in services in our community for those that are in need. We also will be inviting community leaders and partners to become closer partners with Deltassist through this event.

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