Coldest Night of the Year Sarnia Lambton

Finch Ford Lincoln is overjoyed to have been an active supporter and participant in the Coldest Night of the Year Walk. Despite the chilly weather, the warmth of community spirit shone brightly as we joined hands with fellow participants, volunteers, and supporters to raise an astounding $58,000! It was truly heartening to witness the collective effort and generosity that made this event such a tremendous success. We extend our sincerest gratitude to everyone involved, showcasing once again the power of unity in making a meaningful impact on our local community.

Did You Know?

Each year in February, tens of thousands of Canadians step outside the warmth and comfort of home to shine a light of welcome and compassion in their communities. Since 2011, the Coldest Night of the Year has raised over $75,000,000 across Canada in 190 Canadian communities – 100% of net proceeds stay local to support our CNOY charity partners. This annual event not only provides vital funds for those in need but also serves as a beacon of hope and solidarity. It brings people together from all walks of life, reminding us of the strength of our community when we unite for a common cause. To learn more about the rich history and profound impact of the Coldest Night of the Year, visit our website and join us in spreading warmth and compassion in the coldest of nights.