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Coldest Night of the Year 2022

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Coldest Night of the Year is a National walk that happens every year in February to raise money for charities serving people who are experiencing hurt, hunger and homelessness. In 2020 over 700 people walked with us and raised $75,000.  Walk with us on February 26, 2022 – there’s a place for everyone!

 

Learn More about this year's event in the Westshore, a partnership between Our Place Society and Pacific Centre Family Services Association:

 https://youtu.be/-X-U0DVKnj4 

City Centre Park Announcement

Pacific Centre Family Services Association and Our Place Society are pleased to announce that we have partnered with City Centre Park for our Victoria Westshore Coldest Night of the Year event. Once finished our in-person walk, all participants are invited back to the City Centre Patio next to Langford Lanes and City Centre Grille. The patio will feature fire pits, heated cabanas, and a complimentary warm bowl of chili for all our fundraisers and volunteers. Servers from City Centre Grille will also be available should you want to order and pay for food and beverages.

Please note, as the Patio is affiliated with City Centre Grille, outside food and beverages is not permitted inside.

“Langford Lanes and City Centre Grille are proud to support the Coldest Night of the Year. As the dedicated fundraisers start their walk from Starlight Stadium Plaza, we are excited to be a part of the volunteers and participants' success, as we offer hot chili after their walk to refuel. With it being a family-friendly event and helping to make a difference in our community, it represents well what Langford Lanes and City Centre Grille are all about!” – City Centre Park

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Participants will be receiving Big Wheel Burger $10 gift cards via email on Monday, February 28. Watch for it. We are so grateful to the Big Wheel Burger Foundation and all our event sponsors. 

In the WestShore: Slegg Building Materials, WorkLink Community Employment Centre, F45 Training Langford, Philip Bisset-Covaneiro and IG Wealth Management, Auxilium Mortgage Corp., Used Victoria, The Island Corridor Foundation, The WestShore Chamber, City Centre Grille and Langford Lanes.

Pacific Centre Family Services Association acknowledges and gives thanks to the Lkwungen peoples, also known as the Songhees and Esquimalt First Nation communities, for allowing us to live, work, and play on their lands. We also respectfully recognize other surrounding nations Scia'new (Beecher Bay) First Nation, T'Sou-ke (Sooke) Nation, and Pacheedaht First Nation (Port Renfrew).
Volunteering: More awesome than cookies!