THIS YEAR’S RIDE FOR REFUGE:
Saturday, September 30, 2017
FIND A TEAM AND SUPPORT THE BRIDGE ON 20TH!!
On September 30, The Bridge on 20th is hosting Ride for Refuge, a non-competitive bicycling and walking fundraiser. We are joining with hundreds of other charitable partners from locations across Canada who, like us, care for displaced, vulnerable and exploited people.
We are looking to 10 team captains to recruit their friends, family, colleagues of all shapes and sizes to raise a minimum of $2000 per team.
What could be better than all of us squeezing into our spandex and sweating together while raising money for The Bridge on 20th!?
RIDE is put on by Bluesea Philanthropy in cities across Canada to raise awareness and funds for ministries and organizations that work with vulnerable, displaced and exploited persons.
Coldest Night of the Year
Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY) is a chance for people of all ages, boot sizes and backgrounds to gather together and walk 2, 5 or 10km in Saskatoon to bring awareness and raise funds for the poor and homeless in Saskatoon.
Calling all people, of all ages and all backgrounds to come and walk with us in Saskatoon’s Coldest Night of the Year!
The Bridge is happy to partner with The Lighthouse Supported Living Inc. to host CNOY on the 3rd Saturday of every February! It is a wonderful opportunity to get your friends and family together for a fun time full of laughter, toques, mittens and a hot meal, while actively making a difference in an issue that seriously affects so many individuals in Saskatoon.
THIS YEAR'S WALK: Saturday, February 25, 2017
We are always looking for new team captains, more walkers and volunteers to be a part of this wonderful winter event. Registering is so easy and you can do that, as well as find out more information about our upcoming walk at www.coldestnightoftheyear.org
CNOY is put on by Bluesea Philanthropy in cities across Canada to raise awareness and funds for ministries and organizations that are combating homelessness and the effects of homelessness in their communities.