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Coldest Night of the Year in Delta helps Deltassist help others

Feel the chill of the night air electrify your spirit as we embark on a journey of compassion and solidarity in Delta
Coldest Night of the Year, on Feb 24 in Delta, will raise funds For Deltassist. It’s not to late to register online and get your team together. (CNOY photo)

The Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY) beckons, invites our entire nation to join hands and hearts in a powerful display of unity. Together, we stride forward, 2km or 5km, each step a testament to our commitment to support Deltassist Family & Community Services (Deltassist) in their unwavering dedication to those in need.

In the heart of Delta, where hurt, hunger, and homelessness cast their shadows, Deltassist shines as a beacon of hope. With every dollar raised, we fuel their mission to provide fresh vegetables to the food insecure and offer vital services to our cherished seniors, ensuring no one is left behind in their time of struggle.

Seven years strong, CNOY stands as a testament to the resilience of community spirit, and with gratitude overflowing, the program celebrates surpassing $30,000 in 2023 in Delta. But our ambition knows no bounds – this year, we set our sights on a goal of $40,000, fueled by the unwavering support of our Delta community and generous sponsors.

Mark your calendars for Saturday, February 24, 2024, at 4:00 p.m., as we gather once more at Delta City Hall, the heart of our journey, for another unforgettable CNOY. With each participant, each donation, we edge closer to our goal. Join us in making a difference, for together, we are a force to be reckoned with.

But the mission extends far beyond a single event. Deltassist stands as a pillar of strength in our community, providing vital support year-round. From Christmas hampers to the Starfish Backpack program, from essential food cupboards to invaluable counselling services, Deltassist touches countless lives with care and compassion.You can lend your support even if you’re not walking. Visit

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