The Coldest Night of the Year is a fantastically fun, family-friendly walking fundraiser that raises money for the hungry, homeless and hurting in 65 communities across Canada.
The 2, 5 and 10km WALK is held on Saturday, February 22rd, 2014, and provides participants the opportunity to experience a hint of the challenges faced by those experiencing homelessness while raising much needed revenue for their favourite local charity .
Since 2011 the Coldest Night of the Year has raised $2.4 million dollars through the tireless efforts of each of our well known and well respected location partners (charities).
To register for this year’s walk in Sault Ste. Marie, visit brrrr.org!
On behalf of the staff and volunteers of St. Vincent Place, we would like to thank the Sault Ste. Marie community for your generous support this year. Without your generous donations, our mission to serve those in need would go unfulfilled. We hope that you have a very Merry Christmas and a safe and Happy New Year.
Its almost that time of year again!
In 2014, we will once again be braving the elements, lacing up our boots and securing our scarves for a walk to raise money and awareness for the homeless and hurting in our community. It is cold out there, and we want to help.
Coldest Night of the Year is coming to Sault Ste. Marie on February 22nd, 2014, and its a great time to register your team, and start gathering pledges! Visit our official #CNOY14 page for more details! Click here to visit the registration site.
If you’d like more information on how to get involved, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details!
If you are interested in volunteering in the St. Vincent Place thrift store, please let us know! Visit the Thrift Store Monday to Friday, 11am to 3pm or call (705) 541-9478!
Sleep in a Box 2013 is upon us again! Donate to St. Vincent Place’s page today to assist local organizations on November 15th, 2013!
For the fifth year in a row, the Soup Kitchen will hold its GREAT SOUP KITCHEN SLEEP OVER fundraiser at which participants sleep in cardboard shelters in and around the St James mall area. Participants raise funds in the form of pledges. The event is now well established and serves as a means to raise funds for the Soup Kitchen. The site of the event will be monitored throughout the night by volunteers, parents of participants and the City Police. The Soup Kitchen will remain open throughout the night to provide live band performances, food and fun. At 7 a.m. breakfast will be served and awards will be presented. Students attending will be allowed time for their school community hours sheets for the time spent collecting pledges as well as the time spent sleeping in a box.
The campaign goal is $75,000. After all monies have been collected, the Sault North Club Charitable Trust will issue cheques to the Sault Ste Marie Soup Kitchen and with success in the campaign, to the St. Vincent Place Shelter. The amounts of the cheques will depend on the amount raised. All of the first $25,000 will go to the Soup Kitchen. If less than $25.000 is raised then whatever is that amount will go to the Soup Kitchen. Likewise, the amount raised above $25,000 up to $50,000 will go to St. Vincent Place Shelter. Any amount raised above $50,000 will remain with the Sault North Charitable Trust to be used towards rotary projects.
If you are considering donating to the St. Vincent Place Thrift Store, please note that we ARE currently accepting Christmas and holiday items in the store.
Please ensure that all items are clean and in good working condition.
We cannot accept large Christmas trees.
For more information about donating to the St. Vincent Place Thrift Store, contact the store at 705-541-9478, or visit the store Monday through Friday, 11am-3pm.
THANK YOU SAULT STE. MARIE! $30,000 WORTH OF FOOD FOR THE COMMUNITY
Saturday’s food drive to support the food bank at St. Vincent Place was a great success, and the organization would like to thank the community for the overwhelming support for those in our community in need. The annual event garnered over $30,000 worth of food and generous cash donations from the Sault Ste. Marie area.
Thank you to our sponsors, CTV and GFL Environmental, our volunteers, the Huron Superior Catholic District School Board, and you, the people of Sault Ste. Marie, for your generous donations and kind spirit.
Special thanks to the St. Vincent Place fundraising committee, spearheaded by Deanna Dalla-Vicenza, fundraising chairperson.
We invite you to check out our Flickr feed of photos of the event!