Coldest Night of the Year is Coming

Coldest Night of the Year is Coming
The Trinity Trotters ready for the cold.

Members of Holy Trinity Anglican Church on St. Joseph Island and St. George, in Echo Bay are at it again!

They have just finished up another successful Rock-A-Thon and now...they're walking! The Trinity Trotters will be walking for The Coldest Night of the Year 2020 event.

It takes place on Saturday, February 22nd, 5pm, at St. Vincent Place in Sault Ste. Marie, to raise money and awareness about the issues of hunger and homelessness that, unfortunately, touch many people around us.

Why are they walking? Well, according to the Coldest Night of the Year website, “By walking at dusk during a cold winter's night, you'll feel a hint of the challenge faced by those experiencing homelessness during winter. By fundraising, you'll be contributing much-needed money to a charity in your town that is bringing hope and help to people in your community who need support.”

The Trinity Trotters have set a goal to raise $1000 for this event. "Thank you to those of you who have already generously donated. We very much appreciate your support".

If you’d like to learn more about The Trinity Trotters, or to join them on this year's walk, or donate to this cause, please phone Susan at 705-253-6456, or visit the Coldest Night of the Year.