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Did you know that approximately 1500-2000 individuals can be considered homeless in our city on any given night? Did you also know that there is a national event to raise awareness and funds for the hungry, hurting and homeless? It's The Coldest Night of the Year. More than 80 locations participate across Canada on the same day.

We can't say whether or not Feb. 21, 2015 will be the coldest night of the year technically speaking. We can say that it marks the fourth time Mission Services of London will be the London host of this event. The 2, 5 or 10km Walk starts at Catholic Central High School on Dundas Street, includes a stop at one of our York Street branches and returns to the school. All are welcome to stay for chili and social time afterward with some family friendly entertainment.

Start a team. Join a team. Pledge a team. Bundle up and walk with us! All walkers receive a toque. Visit:

The event raises essential funds for Mission Services of London and its five branches:

The Men's Mission & Rehabilitation Centre at 459 York Street is a 146-bed place offering shelter and support for men. T: 519-672-8500

Community Mental Health Programs (CMHP) at 457 York Street offers outreach and support services for those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, and struggle with mental illness and/or substance addiction. T: 519-672-8500

Quintin Warner House at 477 Queens Avenue is a 16-bed residential addictions treatment program for males 18 years of age and older. T: 519-434-8041

Rotholme Women's & Family Shelter at 42 Stanley Street is a safe place for up to 20 families—men, women and children—in need of emergency shelter, care and housing assistance. T: 519-673-4114

The Mission Store is a wallet friendly thrift store at 300 William Street offering gently used clothing and household items, as well as two community programs that help those in need. Donation pick-ups can be arranged by calling the store. T: 519-438-3056