Months of planning are coming together as Orillia gets ready to walk on Saturday, February 25th for the Coldest Night of the Year!! Are you ready to walk?
There’s still time to join a team, volunteer or donate!
Simply click here to participate in this amazing community event walking for the hurting, hungry and homeless, in support of The Lighthouse Soup Kitchen and Shelter and Building Hope project.
Executive Director, Linda, and Operations Manager, Trish, get ready for the Orillia Winter Carnival Polar Bear Dip held on February 11, 2017. All proceeds to Building Hope.
Flag raising ceremony on February 21, 2017 for official designation of “Coldest Night of the Year” for City of Orillia! Thank you Orillia for your support!!
Youngest member of the Bromley Automotive Team for Coldest Night of the Year. He’s ready to walk…are you?
#Loveforall in the City of Orillia!
Coldest Night of the Year 2017 is coming! Saturday, February 25, 2017
The CNOY is now LIVE! Create a team and recruit team members now! And what an awesome way to give this Christmas…make a donation on behalf of a family member or friend.
The goal for The Lighthouse is $100,000! Let’s do this Orillia!
This year we’re wearing yellow! With a pom-pom, a cool blue stripe and (wait for it), head-turning Scotchbrite reflective thread woven right into it that will make us all shine even brighter on February 25th.
SOLD!!!! The Lighthouse Soup Kitchen and Shelter is officially the proud owners of 75 Queen Street property!!
75 Queen Street
Building Hope is a homeless hub that will provide shelter for men, women and families, in partnership with CMHA (Canadian Mental Health Association) Safe Beds and John Howard Society.
Our Building Hope Advisory Group is currently in our design and service delivery phase. For questions or more information, email Linda Goodall, Executive Director, email@example.com
Excited for the future and building hope in our community!